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    That would be all baby/fluid/placenta, well done caketin! But don't be surprised if baby comes out smaller, at 34 weeks I was told bub was 7 pound 1 and she was born nearly 5 weeks later at 6 pound 13!

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    Yeah I know it's an approximate weight! Even my ob mentioned that he thinks it might be a little smaller than that. It's just gotta get out now lol!

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    I'd be happy with smaller lol good luck I hope bub makes an appearance soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    I'm 40+3 and up 6kgs...baby weighs approximately 8 pounds (3.6kgs) so I still don't think I've out on much weight myself other than baby & fluids!
    Wow caketin that's amazing! Well done! You will probably lose more than 6kg giving birth!!

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    Up 15.1kg at 34 weeks!!!!!

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    36+2 I'm up 12.4kg not the 10 I was hoping for o well nearly at the end & I did lose a few kg towards the end of my pregnancy with the other 2 so we will wait and see

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    Not long to go girls!! I was suprised how much weight is gone just by giving birth!

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    Girls I've lost 10kg in the 2 weeks since giving birth & that's with no effort & not really thinking about what I'm eating.
    You'll lose the bulk of it before you even jump on the scales 😎

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    I lost 10kg in the week following my DD1's birth, and 6kg in the week after having DD2 - I am hoping to lose closer to the 10kg this time round as well!

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    I bet you do! It's hard watching the scales go up but they do come down quickly!


 

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