Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator Metric Units Video
Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator Metric Units
Pregnancy Weight Gain Tracker How to calculate week by week
Pregnancy Weight Gain Tracker – How to calculate week by week?
After Pregnancy, weight gain is must. Because the baby need to develop along with the uterus, the placenta, amniotic fluid.
Your baby’s growth is depend on your weight gaining.
How much weight gain you need?
It depends on various factors.
like your pre-pregnancy weight and your body mass index (BMI).
What is Recommended Pre-pregnancy weight and BMI then?
Recommended weight is depends on your height. So calculate your BMI
How to calculate BMI?
BMI = Weight (kg) / (Height (m) x Height (m))
BMI = Weight (lb) / (Height (in) x Height (in)) x 703
What is BMI values for women?
Underweight – BMI less than 18.5
Normal weight – BMI 18.5 to 24.9
Overweight – BMI 25 to 29.9
Obese – BMI 30 or more
SO How much weight gain you need?
Now you can estimate your weight and BMI, that is low or normal or overweight.
You need to know that.
A woman who has Underweight should gain 28 to 40 pounds after becoming pregnant.
normal weight should gain 25 to 35 pounds .
And overweight women may need to gain only 15 to 25 pounds during pregnancy.
General weight gain week by week?
In general, you should gain about 2 to 4 pounds in the first three months. then need to gain 1 pound a week.
If you are having twins, you should gain 1 ½ pounds per week in the first three months. in rest of the during your pregnancy you should gain 35 to 45 pounds.
Remember! If you are Underweight, you need to gain more, as well as overweight need to gain less pounds.
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