Uhm... that's a dangerous question! You are opening yourself up to be hurt. Women all gain pregnancy weight differently. Some "show" right away, some never really show at all. Women who are shorter between shoulder and hip will appear bigger, than women who have longer trunk space and more room to carry the child. If you don't gain enough weight, you can affect the health of your child. If you gain too much weight, that also can be unhealthy and make your labor and delivery harder. The important thing isn't how big you are compared to other women, but how big you are compared to your last doctor visit. You should have even, consistent weight gain, as the baby grows. If you suddenly gain a bunch of weight, or suddenly drop a few pounds, that is cause for concern. Your doctor will monitor your total weight gain and check for possible problems. Take care of yourself and your little one!
at 9:13 PM on Jun. 20, 2011