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When Should Pregnant Women Gain Much Weight?

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Weight gain during pregnancy mainly depends on height and weight of women before getting pregnant.

How much weight should you gain?

If you are underweight, gain from 12-18 kg.

If you have normal weight, gain from 11-15 kg.

If you are overweight, gain from 6-11 kg.

If you are obese, you have to follow doctor’s instruction but should gain only from 6-9 kg.

If you have twins, you should gain from 16-20 kg.

At the first stage of pregnancy, pregnant women should gain only from 1.5-2kg.

When should pregnant women gain much weight?

How to eat for two people during pregnancy?

On average, pregnant women need 300 extra calories per day. Remember to provide the body with this energy by eating 1-2 snacks such as a bowl of cereals rich in cellulose and milk or fruit yogurt.

Even if you do not want to eat, especially when you are having a morning sickness, you still have to try. Studies have shown that women having poor weight gain will have high risk of delivering premature babies or underweight babies. Underweight babies have high risk of death or problems on physical and mental development.

At the first stage of pregnancy, pregnant women should gain only from 1.5-2kg.

At the first stage of pregnancy, pregnant women should gain only from 1.5-2kg.

When should pregnant women gain weight the most?

According to obstetric experts, in the first phase of pregnancy, pregnant women should gain from 1.5-2kg if having normal body weight. If you are underweight, you should gain 2.5kg but should gain only 1kg if you are an overweight woman.

In the second and third quarters of pregnancy, your weight starts to increase quickly. Normal body weight women gain half of kg a week from week 14-28. Underweight women should gain much more weight during this time. Overweight women should limit the weight gain to 200-300g/week. The weight gain also decreases in week 9 from 500g-1kg while the body is preparing for giving birth.

How to get back the body form after giving birth?

Breast-feeding is the best for both mother and baby. Breast-feeding promotes weight loss of mother during 6 months after pregnancy and finally getting back the early body form during the next years by doing exercises and having a balanced diet.

Breast-feeding is the best for both mother and baby.

Breast-feeding is the best for both mother and baby.

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