Weight Loss During Pregnancy Of 11 Weeks.?
I am currently pregnant 11 to 3 ultrasound yesterday I weigh 81
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. It has become common sense and common logic that pregnant women will definitely gain weight. This is because he must not only fulfill the nutrition of one person, but two people with his fetus. But what is not widely known is how much weight gain is recommended, and how to check whether the weight gain is correct or not.
Basically, weight gain for every pregnant woman is not the same. Because, body mass index (BMI), or the ratio between a person's weight and height before pregnancy can vary too. So to find out a good weight gain you must first know how much your BMI is, namely by dividing your weight in units of kilograms, by the square of your height in meters. If you have difficulty, you can use a calculator IMT (or BMI / body mass index in English) that is spread on the Internet.
The results obtained later in the form of numbers, which if ideal, will range between 18.5-22.9. When in this range, total weight gain during pregnancy is 11.3-15.9 kg. If your BMI is below 18.5, the normal increase is around 12.7-18.1 kg, and if more than 23, your normal weight gain is around 6.8-11.3 kg.
The details, in the first four months will increase by 0.5-2 kg, in the second and third four months will increase by 0.4 - 0.59 kg (for BMI <18.5), 0.36 - 0.45 kg (for normal BMI) , and 0.23 - 0.32 kg (for BMI> 23).
So in your case, it must be seen first whether the weight of 81 kg is the ideal increase or not. If in fact you ideally only gain weight up to 78 kg for example, your weight down to 79 kg is actually good, because obese pregnant women can also cause other labor complications.
Our advice, to make sure you should check yourself to the obstetrician, to find out whether or not normal, and if it's not normal what is the cause, also see if your weight gain is followed by normal fetal development. What is clear and important, you must be honest and introspect yourself, whether you have been living a healthy lifestyle or not. If you previously gained 81 kg of weight by eating fast food and snacks, and now it's 79 because you are more concerned with nutrition, such as vegetables and fruit, then you are most likely actually healthy. But if this decline is followed by your lazy eating, vomiting many times, or even dieting during pregnancy, then there must be a re-evaluation by the obstetrician. So, hopefully answering your question.