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Has your doctor advised that you lose weight? Because it's generally considered unsafe to do. Perhaps you could work with a nutritionist as well as your doctor to ensure that you and baby are getting what you need to be healthy. Also discuss suitable exercise with your care providers, because exercise during pregnancy makes for an easier labour, a better recovery and reduces your risk of post natal depression. If you're struggling with body image, please also consider seeing a psychologist. Our bodies change so much over our lives, not just during pregnancy, and learning that healthy matters more than skinny is important.
smaller city hospitals, and probably some metro but I'm not sure on that one.
I met many people during my pregnancy who needed to lose weight to get their bmi under a certain number
I lost weight with all my pregnancies and gained it back and some when breastfeeding. It was from eating healthily and smaller portions more often. Also I walked everywhere.
So without being rude, I think this was only asked (within the last month?) recently. Try searching as I remember there were some helpful answers. All the best and just do what is safe for you and baby.
Eat small portions and regular meals to make sure you are still getting nourishment for you both so baby can grow 💕