Weight Gain In Pregnant Women Aged 11 Weeks?
I did not gain weight and the normal ultrasound results, I did not understand in the results of 2D CRL photos 5.38cm 12w0d 95% HR 183bpmT 656.72 msPS 17.47cm / sED 0.00 cm / sRI 1.00 please explain.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The results of the ultrasound that you do show that from the examination your pregnancy is estimated to be at 12 weeks, with a fetal heart rate 183 times per minute, and the length is still within the normal range. While other numbers are more to the settings made to get these numbers.
So from these results it can be said that so far your fetus is normal, because if there is an abnormality in size, it will affect the estimated gestational age indicated by the ultrasound device. Now regarding weight gain, ideal weight gain for pregnant women varies depending on how much weight before pregnancy. But no matter how much you weighed before you were pregnant, not increasing at all was clearly not right. Among the causes of weight gain that is difficult to gain during pregnancy are:
Nausea and vomiting
Infection during pregnancy
Experiencing disorders or emotional distress
Eat less healthy food
Genetic or hereditary
Our advice, you should check your condition with your obstetrician, because the cause of each pregnant woman is difficult to gain weight is certainly different. With direct discussion, you can determine more about the cause, and determine what treatment is best for you.
Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit, also consume healthy snacks 5-6 times a day in the form of nuts, raisins, cheese, fruit chips, yogurt, or ice cream. Also add a portion of milk or add milk in the daily menu such as scrambled eggs or cereal, and consumption of protein supplements. Beyond that, avoid cigarette smoke, manage stress, take regular breaks, and have a routine pregnancy check-up to the obstetrician. So, hopefully answering your question.