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Question: Im 22 weeks pregnant and i havent gained weight, is it normal?

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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.
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