One of the girls on my bmb posted a link to this pregnancy weight gain calculator that tells you what your target weight range is as you go along. I thought I'd post it in case anyone else wants to keep tabs on things. http://www.calculator.net/pregnancy-weight-gain-calculator.html
Seeing this made me feel a little better about my expanding body and the road to recovery that lies ahead. It's nice to have reassurance that you're on track, or a warning if you're on your way to making recovery harder than it needs to be.
...With that being said, I'm excited to read the junk food thread I saw before posting this. The cravings thread is my favorite one on my bmb. I'm by no means eating perfectly, but I'm including healthy stuff and staying active. And the chart I posted just patted me on the head and said, "It's okay -- you're doing just fine."
TTC#1 since Jan 2015
BFP 2/19/15 • MMC found at 9 wks • D&E at 11 wks (age 36)
BFP 8/29/15 • CP (age 37)
BFP 11/18/15 • DD born at 41 weeks (age 37/38)
TTC#2 since May 2017
BFP 10/18/17 • MMC found at 8 wks • Misoprostal at 10.5 wks (age 39)
BFP 2/16/18 • CP (age 39)
BFP 4/13/18 • CP (age 39)
BFP 5/07/18 • MMC found at 10.5 wks • D&E at 11.5 wks • Testing showed it was a girl with Trisomy 22. (age 39/40)
9/5/18 Diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve (4-5 follicles, one ovary had none and was very atrophied)
RE says the low egg count is likely causing my recurrent pregnancy loss. Less eggs results in more aneuploidy.
BFP 9/24/18 • CP (age 40)
BFP 5/11/19 • Fraternal twins • MMC found at 10w5d (Baby A 6w, Baby B 10w) • Misoprostal at 11 weeks (age 41)