20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi now I'm 19 weeks pregnant. During my 1st trimester I lost around 5kgs. Now I am not gaining weight still remains the same. Ppl around me telling should gain weight now. Will this cause any problem

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Answer: Dr se baat karni chahiye kyo ki mera bhi 4 kg weight loss ho gaya he our me apne Dr se pucha to uuno muje bataya ki 1 st triniestar me weight loss hota he our normal he
Answer: Eat cheese , chocolate,jaggery n coconut,jaggery n mungfhali,
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