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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 (71)

Comment from April9091 » Posted Mar. 28, 2015 7:40pm
I'm 5'2" and 165. 5 weeks 5 days and hoping my weight won't prolong the time it takes me to start showing - I want to look pregnant! :)

Comment from littlesteph » Posted Mar. 14, 2015 8:36pm
109lbs says I should gain between 25 and 35lbs, but in my last 2 pregnancies only gain 15lbs, ate quite a bit as well

Comment from Alleesha » Posted Jan. 9, 2015 10:11am
My pre-pregnancy weight was 200 lbs (still there at 4 weeks, obviously). And I'm damn proud of it, lost 100 lbs in a year! Still obese, should have lost a lot more before getting pregnant, but it's a lot better than before. :)

Hopefully won't gain too much during the pregnancy.

Comment from lsmith4 » Posted Nov. 13, 2014 2:03pm
I'm 8 weeks 5 days pregnant and I weight 122 lbs.

Comment from mama_mazz18 » Posted Nov. 3, 2014 8:59pm
Your Results
Your Pre-Pregnancy BMI is: 27.6 (Overweight)

Based on your pre-pregnancy BMI, your recommended weight gain is between:
15-25 pounds

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