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BMI Calculator for Pregnant Women

This calculator help pregnant women track their weight gain at the beginning and regularly throughout their pregnancy period. Your ideal weight gain during pregnancy depends on your pre-pregnancy BMI  and whether or not you are having a single birth or multiple births (twins).How much weight you should gain during pregnancy is important for the health of your pregnancy and for the long-term health of you and your baby.



BMI Calculator for Pregnant Women

BMI Calculator for Pregnant Women   

Your Pre-pregnacy Weight   Weight Now
  

Pregnant with Twins  No  Yes

Your Height
Feet Inches  Metres  Inches

Your Current Pregnancy Stage( To get pregnancy week,click here.)


             

Calculation Results:
You have a BMI of 24.22 before pregnacy.A BMI of 18.5 to 25 may indicate optimal weight.

At full term of pregnancy (40 weeks), the recommended weight gain guideline is 11.3-15.9kgs (25.0-35.0lbs).You should weigh 81.3-85.9kgs (179.3-189.3lbs).

The recommended weight gain guideline for Week 1 is 0-0kgs (0-0lbs).You should have weighed between the range of 70-70kgs (154.3-154.3lbs).Your current weight is 5kgs(11lbs) higher than the upper bound.




Weight Gain Recommendations For Women Pregnant

American Pregnancy Association compiled a list of facts from some of the most authoritative medical studies and resources available on the topic of weight gain during pregnancy.

Prepregnancy BMI Total Weight Gain Range Total Weight Gain Range for Pregnancy with Twins
Underweight(<18.5) 28-40 lbs  
Normal Weight(18.5-24.9) 25-35 lbs 37-54 lbs
Overweight(25.0-29.9) 15-25 lbs 31-50 lbs
Obese(>30.0) 11-20 lbs 25-42 lbs

A healthy amount of weight gain during pregnancy is 25-35 lbs (11.3-15.9 kgs) for normal weight women.During the first trimester, total weight gain is only 1 to 4 pounds. After the first trimester, a gain of approximately 1 lb. per week is normal.
You and your health care provider need to decide what is best for you.Remember this is just an average.Eating a healthy, balanced diet will help your baby get the nutrients he or she needs





Top Use:    Calculate BMI for Pregnant Women - Weight:70Kgs Height:1.7m Weight Now:75Kgs pregnancy Week 1

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