Would it be healthy?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy Without The Pounds' started by Burgerbun, 27 November 2008 Social URL.

  1. Burgerbun

    Burgerbun Full Member

    Hi all,

    I am looking for a little advice. I am getting married in May 2009. My fiance and i would like to start trying for a baby on the honeymoon :)
    I started at 22st. Now i am almost down to 18. I am on CD and plan on getting back on to WW a month before the wedding. We have worked it out and i should weight roughly 14st. Would this be a healthyish weight to have a baby?

    Any comments welcome


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  3. little*red

    little*red Don't worry, be happy :)

    Start Weight:
    Current Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    Clean eating
    It all depends on what that would make your BMI at the time. If your BMI is over 25 they tend to keep an eye on you so you don't gain too much during the pregnancy as you are more at risk of complications the heavier you are.

    Sorry i forgot to say that roughly based on your ticker stats your BMI would be about 33 which would keep you out of the high risk pregnancy (BMI 35+). The most important things will be that the midwifes would make sure you eating healthy.

    Hope that helps and good luck with the baby making :D
    Last edited: 27 November 2008
  4. ScattyKatty

    ScattyKatty Full Member

    Slim Fast.
    I hope you lose the weight you want and have a happy and healthy pregnancy x x
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