30 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Mera 27 weeks chal reha hai Mera weight gain nahi ho reha baby ka weight bhi Kam hi hoga Phr main diebites patient hun 5month main bhi 58.6kg tha Abhi bhi 58.7kg hai to main Kya keru

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Answer: Leave mom's weight.. if baby's weight is noreal according to its gestational age then no need to worry... even I have lost abt 8 kg after being preg right now I m 28 weeks preg n my doctor says baby's growth is normal as what it should be so no need to worry.. stop thinking much n enjoy your pregnancy..
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    Chaitra Bylappa1206 days ago

    It's *normal not *noreal 😂

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    Prashant Sharma1203 days ago

    Thanks dear

Answer: As long as your baby's weight is adequate, do not worry about ur weight. Get the sonography done on ur doctors advice and check ur baby's weight. Due to diebeties many women weight do not increase however baby grows well. So don't worry and get the ultrasound done first
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