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30 Mar 2007
how much weight gain in pregnancy
i am into my 30th week of pregnancy. i was 59kg before pregnancy and now weigh 65kg.that means upto 7th month gained only 6kg.is this normal.i am tense as ladies they gain so much weight.how much weight gain i will have in my 8th month.i m disheartened, i feel good movements of the baby.
The amount of weight you gain is not important as long as the baby is growing.
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