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Thread: Gaining Weight
29th October 2012 10:05 AM #1
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- Oct 2012
I've gained 22 pounds. My doctor, husband, friends, and family are not as concerned as I am and they don't seem to understand how I feel. I'm completely thrilled at the prospect of becoming a mother, but the weight gain is making me miserable. Do I just need to get over myself'? Am I the only one who feels this way?
11th November 2012 05:26 AM #2
It sounds like you are gaining well. You'll lose that weight quickly if you breastfeed your child. This is one of the added bonuses of breastfeeding.
Be sure you are eating a healthy diet. Eating too many simple carbohydrates and not enough vegetables can easily put the pounds on without giving you the nutrition that you and your baby need.
I would encourage you to focus on eating more fruits and vegetables. Blending them into a smoothie can be really yummy and allow you to get these nutrient packed foods into your body without adding unneeded pounds.
3rd June 2014 08:59 AM #3
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- May 2014
Before getting pregnant your weight should be healthy. That means that your weight should be ideal for you. Calculate your BMI.
If you are still not pregnant then I advise you to lose weight, of course, if your BMI isn’t okay. Weight loss is a hard thing, so be patient. Eat healthy food, less carbs more proteins, especially lean protein. Eat chicken breasts. Drink more water and no juices! They contain a lot of sugar, so it is bad for your health. Read more articles about weight loss.