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Ok, I am 7 weeks pregnant and gaining weight like crazy! I was 147 when I found out, now I am 155. HELP!?

Ok, I am 7 weeks pregnant and gaining weight like crazy! I was 147 when I found out, now I am 155. HELP!? Topic: Ok, I am 7 weeks pregnant and gaining weight like crazy! I was 147 when I found out, now I am 155. HELP!?
June 20, 2019 / By Zalmon
Question: I try not to eat that much, but I am ALWAYS hungry! My eating habits have changed though, I do eat much more then I did. I am not so much worried about gaining while pregnant, just getting it off after. Do you think it will come off easy?
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Sib Sib | 5 days ago
Change your diet. Eat healthier foods. Instead of three meals a day. Try six small meals. Unless you have an underlying medical condition that your doctor has prohibited you from to much movement, you can still exercise. Not only will this help the weight gain, it is also beneficial for when you start the labor/delivery process. Please be sure to consult your doctor before beginning a exercise regimen. Excessive weight gain coud be a sign of pregnancy induced hypertension. If you and baby are completely healthy your doctor should give you the O.K.
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Sib Originally Answered: Ok, I am 7 weeks pregnant and gaining weight like crazy! I was 147 when I found out, now I am 155. HELP!?
Change your diet. Eat healthier foods. Instead of three meals a day. Try six small meals. Unless you have an underlying medical condition that your doctor has prohibited you from to much movement, you can still exercise. Not only will this help the weight gain, it is also beneficial for when you start the labor/delivery process. Please be sure to consult your doctor before beginning a exercise regimen. Excessive weight gain coud be a sign of pregnancy induced hypertension. If you and baby are completely healthy your doctor should give you the O.K.

Odran Odran
Simmer DOwn! lol, its o.k. Some woman just gain early, and its probably alot of water retention. I gain just over 20lbs by the time I was 3 months, 50 in total, and I walked out of the hospital in pre-preg clothes. Don't worry, its fine, keep eating healthy foods, lots of fruits and veggies, and drink tons. The weight gain will balance out, and you get to the point where you will only gain 1-2lbs a week. Its normal, and everybodys body is different. Congrats!
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Larry Larry
Don't worry its normal its just a way of saying you have a healthy baby if you wasn't gaining any weight your baby would be un fit. And who ever said eating for two is a figgure of speach it is'nt hunny if you only eat a nornal amount then you dont get feed because the baby takes the food and drink you eat and drink and use's it to grow healthy
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Ithiel Ithiel
Its normal hunny. Everyone is different. Just try and slow down on the proportions. Eat small meals through out the day NOT big ones. Also walk daily to maintain weight. Its just apart of being pregnant. You will lose it when the baby comes. Sweets....i know its hard but try and stay away from them. LoL I'm one to talk...
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Ithiel Originally Answered: I just found out I am pregnant on Christmas I had a bottle of wine?
whats done is done..i dont think it will have any bad effects on the baby...keep in mind that in the older times, women , basically everybody drink wine like its water. i have been taking diet pills for 3 weeks when i found out a month later that i was pregnant. I was so irregular that it did not even show on the test.. im 38 weeks pregnant now with a very helthy baby girl.. dont worry!

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