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Question: I m 22 weeks pregnant i gained too much weight my weight is100 kg i m so much depressed what should i do and eat is there any problem in me can too much weight harm me
Answer: Hi dear,
Yes you seems to be over weight.
By gaining too much weight while pregnant can raise your risk for birth complications like c section delivery and premature birth. And even if you start pregnancy overweight or obese sticking to the recommended range of weight gain can significantly reduce your risk of health problems like diabetes. I can understand how difficult it could get to reduce weight. But reduce or gain it in a healthy way.try the following tips:
eat in moderation and more frequently.it would help you check your sugar and also increase metabolism.eat complex carbs.like oats,brown rice, wholewheat and quinoa.they digest slow and keep you full for longer time.keep moving.include light exercises,like walking and swimming in your daily routine.it not only would check on your weight but also ensure flexiblity.plenty fluids.drink atleast 8-10 glasses of water to keep you hydrated and flush out toxins.
Donot force yourself to starve and crash diet.it would harm you and your growing baby. Weight would increase,as your body's hormones and water retention increases. Amniotic fluid also adds on. So donot worry much,post delivery the weight would go and slowly through breastfeeding and healthy life style you can get back your pre pregnancy weight .
Question: Im 22 weeks pregnant and i havent gained weight, is it normal?
Answer: Hello dear
For most women, pregnancy weight gain comes all too easily. But for others, the problem isn’t gaining too much weight — it’s not gaining enough. Whether due to metabolism, body issues, morning sickness, appetite loss or another medical reason, not gaining enough weight can put you at greater risk of pregnancy complications.
So, eat well and drink plenty of water.
Question: I'm 9 weeks 4 days pregnant but havent gained even half a kilo
Answer: you should gain 1-5 pounds in the first trimester and 1 pound per week for the rest of the pregnancy. However, few women follow this pattern exactly, so don’t stress out about it.Some women gain little or no weight (or even lose weight) in the first trimester. Some women gain as much as 10 pounds in the first trimester.
Women who gain weight rapidly during the first trimester often slow down in weight gain as pregnancy progresses. So if this is your experience, know that it doesn’t guarantee you will follow this pattern throughout your pregnancy.
So don't worry and relax..