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Weight Loss After Baby Calculator : Weight Gain and Pregnancy (Q&A)

Weight Loss After Baby Calculator Video

Weight Loss After Baby Calculator

Weight Gain and Pregnancy (Q&A)

Weight Gain and Pregnancy (Q&A)

As a woman enters pregnancy she may have questions about how much weight gain is expected and safe. Excessive weight gain may lead to pregnancy complications, so it is important to work with your physician to determine how to maintain a healthy pregnancy.

Donna M. Neale, MD is the Director of the Center for Maternal and Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics at Howard County General Hospital, and Assistant Professor of the Gynecology/Obstetrics Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

For more information about the Center for Maternal and Fetal Medicine at Howard County General Hospital, visit http://www.hcgh.org/mfm.

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7 Comments

  1. The issue with bmi is that it goes strictly by weight and height and muscle weighs more then fat so someone who is 5"2 and is 150 but is mostly muscle and works out alot will be considered overweight even when it's mostly muscle the same as someone who has mostly fat content it would be much better for doctors to go by muscle to fat ratios rather then just body mass

  2. I'm 5'5 and 141lbs @ 16 weeks pregnant. My doctor told me I need to gain 20lbs. Not happening! I eat healthy and I am not unhealthy or under weight. I will maintain my debit and give my baby all he/she needs. I may gain 5-10lbs but that will be all

  3. Before my pregnancy I was 146 lb and I'm 5 ft which makes me an obese person but my doc still says 25 to 35 lb weight gain is ok. I should have known that it wasn't ok. I gained about 35 lb and due soon. My baby is big.-_-

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