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    Quote Originally Posted by sammymac View Post
    Hi Ladies, I am 24w4d pregnant and my BMI is a massive 54! :-(
    I am really worried that the pressure of my stomach fat will squash my baby! I know that the uterus is a muscle and its strong, but will the weight push down on my uterus and squash bubs?! :-(
    No. Bub is safe.

    I have had 4 pregnancies at that bmi or higher.
    All were normal pregnancies and all natural births.

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    My current Bmi is 30, 84kgs.
    Before my daughter it was 37, 101kgs.

    I didn't have any complications with my daughter so I'm hoping this will be another uncomplicated pregnancy. I'm going to try not to gain much weight. Last time I kept it to a 5kg gain and my daughter was born at 3.88kgs!

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    Hi there does anyone know where is good to buy plus size maternity clothes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sstar View Post
    Yes!!! It's a real challenge to get back into shape but have also seen some mummies figures are better than before. Wonder how they did it! simply amazing!!
    I'm lighter after my 2 kids. Still have a long way to go though.


 

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