How much weight is the right amount to gain?

By 40 weeks (term), a total weight gain of between 25 and 35 pounds is thought appropriate. It follows that smaller women may put on nearer to 25lbs than someone of 6 foot, who is more likely to put on average of closer to 35lbs. This gain should not double for twins and triple for more than two, in fact multiple pregnancies do not usually gain more than 40lbs on average.
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