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    13 weeks and losing alot of weight?
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    An_246364 posted:
    Well in 13 weeks and im loosing more and more weight ive lost about 10 pounds already and every week the number on the scale keeps going down. Im just wondering if this is normal? or should i be worring?
     
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    tbkittycat responded:
    Do you have morning sickness? Many women lose weight in the first trimester due to morning sickness but 10 lbs is quite a bit. Has your doctor said anything?
     
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    amrzaki responded:
    NO,it is not worring but in the second trimester u will eat more so your will gain weight


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