30 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Before pregnancy i was 63 kgs now i am in 30 th week of pregnancy now my weight is 78 kgs is this over weight ha

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Answer: Actually you don't need to worry a lot now. but just take care that you won't increase your wait anymore at least not more than 2-3 kgs for the next 10 weeks
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