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No weight gain

I am 15 wks today and I have not gained any weight. I have actually lost 10lbs since I became pregnant. Should i be concerned at this point? This is my second pregnancy and totally different.
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Nope. It's normal... and every pregnancy is different. You'll see! I'm on #3
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It's still early and as long as the doctors don't say anything,  you are fine. I am 16 weeka and just now gained back what I lost the first trimester.
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7074486 tn?1389932822
I'm 30 weeks lost 15 lbs at the beginning of my pregnancy and I haven't gain anything bk but sono says she's 3 pounds already so I wouldn't worry :)
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I lost over 30, I'm 22 weeks and finally gained half a pound last appointment. As long as you're not in pain drinking water taking vitamins and doctor isn't concerned don't stress its not good for you or baby!
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I lost 10 pounds first trimester because the nsuseas then i gain about 5 pounds in second trimester then i got gd and they put me on a diet at 28 weeks i lose 6 pounds and have no gained any weight i am 37 weeks now and they said baby is growing ok so i am losing weight and he is gaining weight weird thing but as long as your belly is getting bigger no worries :-) i am having a sonogram each week and baby is growing great
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I didn't gain until like 22 weeks. And even then it was only like 4 lbs. Now at 39 weeks I've gained 33lbs
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Im 19 weeks lost 14 lbs since becoming pregnant just gained a pound back this week.
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I lost 30 lbs with my first pregnancy and ended up on gaining a total of 10 lbs by the end of it and still I delivered a 9 lb 4 oz baby
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I've gained none and I'm 23 weeks- docs aren't yelling at me yet since all sonograms have my baby on track :) they'll let you know if it's an issue and you need to increase calories or something
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