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Pregnancy Weight Calculator

How much weight you should gain during pregnancy depends on your pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) and how many babies you are carrying. Use this calculator to find out which BMI category you are in and calculate your target weight range for your pregnancy.
Enter your pre-pregnancy weight and height:
(This is used to calculate your pre-pregnancy Body Mass Index)

Weight: pounds
Height: feet    inches

Community Comments (72)

Comment from AGamersWife27 » Posted 20 weeks ago
my first pregnancy gained the correct amount and now I'm on #2 and I lost weight in the 1st trimester I started gaining a little weight now at 20+ weeks. Im 22 weeks now and have gained 5lbs

Comment from ShellyG » Posted May. 3, 2018 1:29am
I gained the approrpriate with the first one and the second one not much of an appetite. I still gained about 20 lbs but he only took less than 3 and left me with the other 17. breastfeeding also helps loose weight too so we have that to look forward to as well.

Comment from thomasanddawnxoxo » Posted Jun. 20, 2017 2:04pm
My goal this time is to not gain... hopefully, with the guidance of my OB, I can just maintain .

Comment from Cockroach » Posted May. 21, 2017 7:32am
I didn't gain a single pound while pregnant, and actually walked out of the hospital weighing 30 lbs less than I did before getting pregnant. My doctor wasn't worried, I was just losing unneeded weight from myself while still providing my daughter the nourishment she needed. I walked 5 miles a day and ate very healthy.

Comment from Cockroach » Posted May. 21, 2017 7:32am
I didn't gain a single pound while pregnant, and actually walked out of the hospital weighing 30 lbs less than I did before getting pregnant. My doctor wasn't worried, I was just losing unneeded weight from myself while still providing my daughter the nourishment she needed. I walked 5 miles a day and ate very healthy.


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