It's almost impossible to predict. If you're tall, and eat right throughout your pregnancy you may not get that much bigger. If you're short, chances are you'll get huge. Just no where for your uterus to grow but out.
I went from a size 2 or 3 to size 16-18 at the end of my pregnancy. I'm not exactly sure because by then I was just wearing sweat pants or maternity dresses. My belly was just gigantic. For a total gain of around 55 lbs. If you do reach that size again, your pants may not even fit you correctly. Since most of the gain will be concentrated to your stomach and less of an all-over weight gain. That's where mat pants/jeans or sweats come in handy.
I lost all but 15 lbs at 1 year post-partum and became pregnant with my second. I reached the exact same weight at the end of my 2nd pregnancy as I did with my first. Now 2.5 years later, I'm 15 lbs away from my weight before I ever became pregnant.
I'm only 5'2 so I just grew out and you know how some pregnant women look like they're hiding a beachball under their shirt, mine was more comparable to a swiss ball. :P
Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 10/14/2012 (16:50)
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