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Average Weight Gain In Third Trimester Of Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Depends upon you BMI: You acceptable and healthy weight gain during pregnancy is determined by your body mass index (bmi) at the start of your pregnancy. It may be as little as 15 pounds if you are very overweightt or as high as 30 pounds if your bmi is more in the normal range. Ask you OB for specifics. ...Read more
Let me help you: 35 weeks 18.19 inches 5.25 pounds 46.2 cm 2383 grams good luck. ...Read more
At the end: The vast majority of weight gain should occur at the end of the third trimester when patients are retaining fluid. Unfortunately, many gain lots of the weight in the beginning. You only need 300 calories more per day at the end of pregnancy. Eating for two is not a true statement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More obese populatio: In the midst of an obesity epidemic, the institute of medicine accumulated more data to show what the optimal weight gain should be depending on your prepregnancy weight for height. These guidelines are meant to minimize the risk of fetal growth abnormalities and prevent adverse perinatal outcomes., while assuring the long-term health of the offspring as well (studies show that it can be affected). ...Read more
Yes!: For most people who are not overweight, it is a good goal to gain about 20-25 lbs throughout the course of a pregnancy. That being said, it is a goal and most of my patients gain 25-30 lbs, which is fantastic! for patients overweight, they shouldn't gain that much weight, nor should they try to lose weight while pregnant. ...Read more
Yes: Surprisingly, a new study revealed that moms who gained excessive amounts during their pregnancies tended to have children who battled their own obesity issues. The causes were unclear, but, of course, genetics did seem to play a contributing role. The take-home message? Childhood obesity does start before birth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No weight gain, pregnancy test said no. Periods for 6 months. Now no period but fell sick. Pregnant?
Not pregnancy: Pregnancy tests are very accurate, and always positive for a viable pregnancy (they turn positive in less than 2 weeks after conception). There are many causes of missed periods other than pregnancy, which a gynecologist can help with if there is a concern. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have only had 1 period in last year, I have pain and 2 stone weight gain. Numerous pregnancy tests done all negative?
Check it out: See your doc. Could be many thing including thyroid. ...Read more
Is it possible for the father of the unborn baby to get pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness, cravings, weight gain? Or just myth?
Father of the Fetus: Yes, of course. This is more than myth. Many men experience a lot of the same symptoms as their pregnant partner. ...Read more
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