I'm 5'4 and i have only one living child (i say living kuse i have lost a child) both times where vary much unplanned but i love my son vary much and would have loved my little girl had she been born. but me and my husband are looking to have another child i was told that my son who was 4 lb 15 oz at birth was because i living with smokers at the time. i lost the girl to other things i wish to not remember. the point of my Q is y would my lbs have any thing to do with having another child and if they really do how so i put them on. every thing on the market now days is to help you lose the lbs not gain them?
Answer by ecodani at 11:03 PM on May. 19, 2010
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Answer by secondtyme520 at 11:13 PM on May. 19, 2010
Answer by Blueliner at 11:14 PM on May. 19, 2010
The second person doesn't know what she is talking about.
Smoking or being exposed to second-hand smoke is associated with low birth rate. That doesn't mean everyone will have a low birth rate baby. Her baby may have weighed 10 pounds if she hadn't smoked. If you weigh 98 pounds you might not get pregnant or your homone levels may not be right and you might loose the pregnancy.
If you are underweight or malnourished you need to be concerned about what you eat at least 3 mo before ttc. Hormones are stored in fat. Not enough body fat and your female hormones can be affected. The nutrition that the baby gets for the first few weeks is from what you ate before you got pregnant. You need to take prenatal vitamins and eat well. You may need to eat some high fat foods in order to put on weight.
Answer by Gailll at 11:16 PM on May. 19, 2010
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Answer by Anonymous at 11:58 AM on May. 20, 2010
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