Weight tracker for pregnancy

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189192 tn?1261345228 The Pregnancy Tracker it is totally miscalculating my weight gain.. Posted over in the MedHelp help forum but they never responded.. Is anybody else having this problem?? Anybody know now to fix it??
189192 tn?1261345228 Thanks for the suggestion. This is actually a bug in the pregnancy tracker. When we have a fix for this, we'll let you know. In the meantime, we apologize for the inconvenience.
Avatar f tn ive gained 30 pounds already and im almost 16 weeks pregnant, this is my third child and no matter how controlled my eating is i still gain alot of weight, my first 2 for the entire pregnancy was almost a very gross 80 pounds I gained i lose it right away but i just seem to put on alot of weight, i start thin, and get very heavy, this pregnancy seems no different then my first 2 :(
216278 tn?1308864682 I don't update my pregnancy tracker anymore, except for weight once-in-a-while. Today, when I tried to enter my weight, it says "This tracker is closed." Any thoughts??
Avatar f tn Always listen to your doctor.. there a doctor for a reason.
368690 tn?1284360853 In the meantime, you can track walking in the weight tracker (which has a few limited options for exercise tracking). We'll let you know when the full-blown exercise tracker is available. Thanks for the suggestion!
10947 tn?1281407852 Hi, We're pleased to announce the Pregnancy Tracker, the third in a series of Personal Health Applications (PHAs) geared towards helping our members keep track of their health metrics, symptoms, treatments, test results and events. With this tracker, you can track your pregnancy weight gain and symptoms (e.g. nausea, food cravings, heartburn), as well as a variety of metrics about your baby that your doctor will give you during your appointments.
10947 tn?1281407852 Hi, We're pleased to announce the Pregnancy Tracker, the third in a series of Personal Health Applications (PHAs) geared towards helping our members keep track of their health metrics, symptoms, treatments, test results and events. With this tracker, you can track your pregnancy weight gain and symptoms (e.g. nausea, food cravings, heartburn), as well as a variety of metrics about your baby that your doctor will give you during your appointments.
10947 tn?1281407852 Hi, We're pleased to announce the Pregnancy Tracker, the third in a series of Personal Health Applications (PHAs) geared towards helping our members keep track of their health metrics, symptoms, treatments, test results and events. With this tracker, you can track your pregnancy weight gain and symptoms (e.g. nausea, food cravings, heartburn), as well as a variety of metrics about your baby that your doctor will give you during your appointments.
10947 tn?1281407852 Hi, We're pleased to announce the Pregnancy Tracker, the third in a series of Personal Health Applications (PHAs) geared towards helping our members keep track of their health metrics, symptoms, treatments, test results and events. With this tracker, you can track your pregnancy weight gain and symptoms (e.g. nausea, food cravings, heartburn), as well as a variety of metrics about your baby that your doctor will give you during your appointments.
10947 tn?1281407852 For example, we might show the average follicular and luteal phases for the ovulation tracker, or 7-day, 30-day and 90-day trends for the weight tracker. In addition, we might show a list of your most frequent symptoms. The statistics will likely be available as widgets or applications on your personal pages (including your profile page) and also on your Tracker page. In this manner, if you'd like to share your stats with others (but not all the details in your tracker), you can still do so.
127529 tn?1331844380 ( I think the word 'high' would be sufficient. My midwife isn't concerned at all, my monthly gian has been about 2lbs a month apart from one month where i had a 6 lb gain after some bad advice by the diabetic clinics 'so called' dietician. I know I am being silly, it is such a useful app but 'excessive' glaring at me every time I open it is making me want to delete it!!
1266083 tn?1358567662 The doctor said she only wanted me to gain no more than 15 lbs during my pregnancy. Is that normal? I mean, I know I'm overweight but only 15 lbs. She said it's good that I've been losing weight and eating healthier. She says that the foods I eat are coming to my body (even if I'm not eating a lot) and that my "fat stores" and nutrients are going to the baby. I asked her if I was getting any nutrients and she said "yes, some. But the baby gets it off of you.
443968 tn?1288616289 o.k girls I need suggestions I am trying to loose my pregnancy weight but it seems I hit plato. I gained about 35-40 pounds during my pregnancy, as soon as I had the baby I lost right away about 15-20, between baby and amniotic fluid and all the other fluid I had retained during pregnancy, but since the I have not been able to shed any more pounds. I am stuck at 155 and can't get it out. Need to lose another 30 pounds to go back to my original body weight.
212720 tn?1304379015 Where do u add weight loss or gain to ur pregnancy tracker?
1752720 tn?1322234698 There are about a 1000 weight loss trackers, but I can't seem to find anything specific for pregnancy. I was hoping to find something where I can enter what I'm eating and have it tell me if I am meeting my protein and vitamin requirements. (of course I am taking a PNV also) Does anyone know if this exists? Even if it's computer/internet based and not an app? Or does anyone have another way that they track their nutrition? I guess I could make a spreadsheet...? Thanks, ladies!
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Avatar f tn There is a weight tracker on this app on the pregnancy page. It tells you wether your weight gain is low, high, or on track for how far along you are. But 3 lbs sounds pretty good.
209987 tn?1451939065 At 5 weeks, shouldn't I be gaining weight? I started at around 128lbs about 3 months ago ( last time I went to doctor). Weighed myself a few days ago and I was 115.8. Weighed again just now and I'm 114.8lbs. Anyone else see a problem with this? I know weight loss in early pregnancy is normal, but...how much and for how long? Am I just being paranoid? And is anyone else having trouble with the "my pregnancy" tracker? Mine is showing I'm 4 weeks 6 days...
1900462 tn?1352778902 I can't believe it. My pregnancy tracker says that my weight is high for where I'm at in my pregnancy. Although when my mom had her first child (me) she gained 70+lbs! So maybe its normal for me to be gaining so much weight? But the weird thing is that before I found out that I'm pregnant I wasn't eating unhealthy and didn't notice weight gain. Normally I eat normal portions so even though I hardly would exercise I would still maintain a healthy weight without gaining weight.
Avatar n tn Has anyone been able to maintain their weight or not gain so much weight during their pregnancy? I told my doctor I wanted to watch out for my weight being that I was already trying to lose weight and she recommended me to only gain 10 through out my pregnancy.
1566213 tn?1331004562 I've been trying really hard to watch what I eat because I don't want to gain all the weight like I did with my first two pregnancies (1st was almost 40lbs and 2nd was 30lbs). Well I upload my weight onto the pregnancy tracker and it says my weight gain is high. I haven't been suffering from morning sickness or food aversion so its been like any regular day when I wasn't pregnant. My question to you is, how much have you gained already?
5034082 tn?1396571718 since the beginning, which freaked me out, but every single other pregnancy weight tracker I consulted (including my doctor) said I'm totally normal and at a perfect weight the whole time. It's definitely annoying, though, the guidelines this app uses for healthy weights. Makes me wonder if it's a mistake in the coding or something.
Avatar f tn Mine says the same thing but I didn't even start to gain weight until I was like 26 weeks so I say I'm just catching up
Avatar n tn I'm currently 22 weeks pregnant i have gained a total amount of 13 pounds so far my doctor was extremely rude on telling my weight gain was too much and that i should only be gaining 1 pound per month. Is this even real? I feel like her comments were unnecessary and insensitive. Has anyone's doctor told them you're only supposed to gain 1 pound per month?
231441 tn?1333896366 (I do) Why don't you have a look at my pregnancy tracker, because I record my weight in there on almost a daily basis. Please don't diet now though. The baby needs what you are eating. I am usually 56kg and at the moment I am 79kg. This is my third baby and it happens to me every time. A healthy diet and excercise will prevail after you have had the baby.
231441 tn?1333896366 (in my pregnancy tracker)! This is so depressing! I want to diet, but know one shouldn't... still I'll have to try eating less, much less to get this weight gain under control! :( Hope I'm not the only one growing exponentially.
541150 tn?1306037443 I have a treadmill, so that is nice because if I start to feel bad I can hop off and rest. That may help slow the weight gain a little, and it's good for your circulation. It may even help your energy some.
1115543 tn?1376384238 Midwife was concerned but not worried, said to keep an eye on bump, see doc if need be and she would check me again at 32 weeks. Ok, fine. So monitored my bump, weight and judged by my clothes. Was getting concerned as jacket started to fit easier again and bump looked smaller. Had the doc on Wednesday there for an unrelated matter and got him to check my bump. In 6 days she grew 2 and a half cms and we are back right on track. 31cms the day before 31 weeks.