ok everyone i need help bad lol im 17wks an5 days and since i have ound out that im pregnant bout the sixth week in i have been steadily losing weight i eat and eat and i dont seem to gain any of wht i eat and its starting to make me down myself cause if i can take care of my baby before its born what an i gonna do after an i know its just me worrying but ive lost 15 lbs so far and im scared the baby isnt getting enough nutrients
did and they have known about my weight loss and did nothing about it till wic got involved and since wic is concerned they are going to look into it... i already have an appointment on thurs i have an ultrasound tomorrow an im a lil freaked.. but thank you so much for your input im nervous and its good to get others out look on it
seen my doc this morning and is now putting me on a nutrional supplement like boost or ensure so i can get the nutrients i need... i gained 2 pounds since monday hopefully more but ty so much for your input
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