19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: During my first trimester I was 64 kg n now M 19 week pregnant.. Still not gaining much weight only a kg i.e I am now just 65 kg.. Is it ok?

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Answer: Hello dear,  Sometimes women lose weight in the first trimester, then add pounds slowly over the next two trimesters. Also, your body uses more calories during pregnancy, so if you don't change your diet, you'll probably lose some weight, or not gain weight.  Eat a balanced and nutrition rich diet. Try to keep your diet as natural as possible with loads of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also include whole grains, proteins and complex carbohydrates to your meals....Take your prenatal vitamins regularly. It compensates for any gaps in your nutrition intake and acts as a healthy supplement for your and your baby’s health. Hope it helped...Take care urself....
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