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JUDITH316 SparkPoints: (178,743)
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9/11/12 7:52 P

Congratulations, I see you got some excellent advice already, I go with the advice and wish you God's Best in your journey and for a healthy pregnancy, safe delivery and healthy baby... emoticon emoticon emoticon

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
9/11/12 4:07 P

Congrats!

Sparkpeople.com doesn't set up for pregnancy, but a lot of women find they prefer the tools and community here than on Babyfit. You could go to Babyfit and set up your needs to get it to generate a recommended range for you, then manually change your sparkpeople range to that and keep tracking here.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,767
9/11/12 3:13 P

Your goal now that you are pregnant is weight maintenance for the first trimester.
Then during trimester 2 and 3, you will want to have a slow, gradual weekly weight gain. The rate will be based on your prepregnancy height/weight/BMI (body mass index). It can vary from about 1/2 pound weekly to about 1 pound. I can share more, if you share your height and weight.

You can reset your program by clicking above on MY TRACKERS/START. And then clicking on the "account, e-mail preferences"

You may also be interested in our FREE pregnancy nutrition and fitness site:
www.babyfit.com

SP and Babyfit Dietitian becky

LILYNORTHUP Posts: 69
9/11/12 2:53 P

Hello~ Im pregnant and would like the re start using my old spark people account. is there any way to change the settings or something so i know how much i should be eating and exercising now?? or would it be the same as before?

thanks for the help

Edited by: LILYNORTHUP at: 9/11/2012 (15:01)
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