Weight?!

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  1. C0606

    C0606 Well-Known Member

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    I feel like I've posted a million times on here today so apologies in advance buuuut how much weight had people put on by 14/15 weeks? It's my first bubba and I can see the slightest bump but I've put on no weight whatsoever. I'm not overweight etc. Normal?!
     
  2. Littlesammy

    Littlesammy Well-Known Member

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    I can't remember what I'd put on by 14 weeks but I'm 18 weeks now, have got quite a noticeable bump but have only put on 4 pounds xx
     
  3. C0606

    C0606 Well-Known Member

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    Ah that sounds okay then. Just reading things about putting this much weight on by this stage and blah blah makes you worry!
     
  4. Linzie2012

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    I went to my first MW appointment at 73.5 Kilo, think I was 6 weeks, then at 16 weeks I was 73.2 Kilo...

    I had a smile obviously, but I think something as gone wrong somewhere with my weights.
     
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    ScotchEgg Well-Known Member

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    At 14 weeks I'd put on 3lbs so next to nothing. Have only just started to put on weight now
     
  6. BevG

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    i had lost 3kg between 8 weeks and 16 weeks
     
  7. Holly1991

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    I've put 5 on >.< only cause my bad eating habits. Can't stomach healthy foods. X
     
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    I've put on around 4lb, but I've been lucky in my nausea hasn't stopped me from eating. I also ate a load of rubbish in the first few weeks.
     
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    I'm nearly 22 weeks and have a massive bump but I have lost 5lb since my booking in appointment. I walk everywhere and don't eat much more than I normally would of so guess that is why?! At my 20 week scan bubs measurements were pretty much spot on for 20 weeks and their estimated weigh was 11oz so as long as he/she is the right size and getting food I am happy to not gain weight lol x
     
  10. C0606

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    Yep I'm gonna hope that all is good and that so far I'm just very lucky! :)
     
  11. Jess.

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    I lost about 5lb around 12 weeks duE to nausea but now I'm only 1 or 2 lbs heavier than my original weight. I think as long as you're eating well nothing to worry about xx
     
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    You guys are making me feel bad! I've put loads on!! Ha x
     
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    Same! Since I fell pregnant I've put on nearly 2 stone!
     
  14. C0606

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    Such variation is so crazy! Probably after posting this I'll pile it on. I've been telling people I haven't been eating as much as I usually would but tonight... Jesus! I could sink a ship!
     

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