Weight Gain During Pregnancy?
I’m now 6 months pregnant and my weight is 69, is it normal or not?? Thanks
Weight gain during pregnancy varies, depending on your pre-pregnancy weight. Therefore, to find out your weight gain, you must first know your weight before getting pregnant.
Weight gain during pregnancy should be based on your body mass index (BMI) status. If your previous BMI was normal, which is between 18.5-22.9, it is recommended that you gain around 11.3kg - 15.9 kg.
Weight gain in early pregnancy ranges from 0.5 to 2 kg. After that, you will gain about 0.5kg of weight per week.
Therefore, it is recommended that you calculate your BMI first so you can know whether your current weight is normal or not. It is important to consume nutritious foods during pregnancy, such as the consumption of foods that contain protein and vegetables. As well as regular check-ups with a gynecologist.
Here's an article that you can read about Weight gain during pregnancy
may be useful. Thank you