31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, my weight at the time of. Conceiving ws 63kg now i am currently in six months. And my weight is 66.6 kg is it less? As per my tiffa scan everything is normal and the baby growth as per scan ws a delay of week which doc. Said nt to worry abt... I dnt look very fat so colleagues comment if everything is fine as i dnt look in six months.. Is there something to be worried abt... Also how i can increase baby weight

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Answer: Hello dear, scan report shows as per baby growth. That's why you can find difference between lmp and usg date. 1-2 week difference is nothing to be concern, so don't worry. And your weight is low, try to take more protein rich diet, but if baby is growing well then nothing to worry. But after 6 month you need to gain more extra weight. Eat a balanced and nutrition rich diet. Add lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, proteins and complex carbohydrates to your meals. Eat five to six small meals every day.....Keep quick, easy snacks on hand, such as nuts, raisins, cheese and crackers, dried fruit, and ice cream or yogurt....Spread peanut butter on toast, crackers, apples, bananas, or celery. Add nonfat powdered milk to mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, and hot cereal....Add extras to your meal, such as butter or margarine, cream cheese, gravy, sour cream, and cheese.....Ensure you get enough rest during the day and the night. Resting will give your body a chance to refresh itself.  And Keep yourself always hydrated with plain drinking water. Dehydration during pregnancy can cause many complications like headaches, acidity, indigestion, heartburn etc.....Discuss with your doctor if you need to take any extra supplements to increase weight
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