Toddler

5 pregnant women with belly troubles who have gained weight, gained some height

A few months after giving birth to twins, a pregnant woman who had gained a few pounds in her belly told her doctor she was worried about gaining a lot more in the future.

She was worried because she was planning on losing the excess weight.

“She said, ‘You know, I’m pregnant with twins and I’m going to be going through a lot of different things,'” said her sister, Brittany.

Brittany says the doctor told her that “getting the weight back on is one of the most important things to you” and that she needed to stay healthy.

Brittany had a belly full of twins and said her doctor suggested she stay home with them for a while to prevent an infection.

“It was kind of scary,” she said.

“He said, well, you know, we don’t have any options.

You know, you might as well go ahead and do this.”

Brittany said the doctor had been working with a team of nurses to monitor her baby.

The team is also doing a diet and exercise program, and Brittany’s doctor said Brittany could lose another 1 to 2 pounds.

“I’m glad they’re giving me this help,” Brittany said.

The twins are now healthy and Brittany said she doesn’t want to give them up.

Brittany said her weight has been fluctuating since the birth of her twins.

“The first one was really good.

Then I had to lose another few pounds and now it’s been dropping again,” she told ABC News.

Brittany and her sister have now lost more than 40 pounds since giving birth.

“They’re very excited about them,” Brittany’s sister said.

Brittany’s weight has dropped by 10 pounds and she is no longer worried about losing it.

“That was probably my biggest worry,” Brittany added.

“But I think with the diet and the exercise and the diet, I think I will be able to gain more.”