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PREGNANT WOMAN WEIGHT GAIN AT THIRD TRIMESTER

PREGNANT WOMAN WEIGHT GAIN AT THIRD TRIMESTER
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It is very normal become weight gain while pregnancy, this could be cause by the supply of nutrient and also the fetus growth in pregnant woman body, also other reason for weight gain. Some woman could be worry about weight gain, worry if it can not back again as normal before pregnant. But some soman is realize the important of the change of their body while pregnancy.

The third trimester is not the only time when you’ll be gaining weight, many women find that they start gaining slowly right away. Slow and steady is the way you want to gain weight when you are pregnant because you want it to be a healthy gain of fluids for your baby and to support your busy body.

The beginer of pregnancy, normal weigth should gain 25 until 35 pounds. Adding about 300 calories a day for diet will help achieve this weight gain. If you begin pregnancy underweight you should probably gain more weight, say from 28 until 40 pounds, and if you started out overweight you should gain a bit less, at 15 until 25 pounds. And, if you are pregnant with twins babies you should gain 35 until 45 pounds.

This is means that for the last trimester you will probably gain about until 1 pounds every week. This sounds like too much, but your baby will be going through a huge growth spurt gaining fat and muscle that will support the baby throughout life. You may find that when you compare estimated weights by ultrasound from early in the pregnancy and one toward the end of pregnancy that there is a large weight difference.

This is not to say that you should not continue to gain if you have already exceeded the recommended weight when you get to your third trimester. You have to continue to eat; you just might want to think about what you’re eating. Eating healthy will allow your baby to continue to gain weight without you putting on excess weight that will be hard to take off later. A gradual weight gain is best, but if you find out that you’ve gained more than anticipated, don’t diet! Pregnancy is not a time for dieting!

Don’t let weight gain get you down during pregnancy, you may go through “growth spurts” where you gain a lot, and then you’ll go through times where you may actually lose a pound or two. Your body will figure it out, and when you eat healthy you can be sure that you are providing all the nutrition that you baby needs as well as what your body needs to sustain your pregnancy. Pregnancy should be a time when you love your body, because it is doing something awesome, it’s doing what it is meant to do. So, indulge every now and then but remember to eat healthy and to gain gradually for the best results for both you and your baby.

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