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Question: I'm in my 6th month of pregnancy and my weight is 74kg...at the time of pregnancy first tremister it was 72

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Answer: You can use the healthdirect BMI calculator to work out your pre-pregnancy BMI. If you are in the healthy weight range before becoming pregnant (BMI 18.5-24.9), then ideally you should gain between 11.5 kg and 16 kg: 1-1.5 kg in the first three months then 1.5-2 kg each month until you give birth. you can trust and follow your doctor suggestion.
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