Loosing weight after birth

(12 Posts)
Helsvamp Sun 21-Apr-19 09:12:10

When the best time to loose weight after given birth. And will be breast feeding .

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Preggosaurus9 Sun 21-Apr-19 10:54:44

About 2 years grin

DC3dilemma Sun 21-Apr-19 10:57:08

I joined SW 6 weeks post partum- they have a breast feeding version and are approved by Royal Colleges (obstetrics, midwifery).

NewMum19344567 Sun 21-Apr-19 10:57:24

Started trying to lose weight after a year when stopped breastfeeding. Lost most the weight naturally but one stubborn stone wouldn't come off and didn't want to diet incase it affected my milk!

DC3dilemma Sun 21-Apr-19 10:57:33

SW= slimming world, btw.

Helsvamp Mon 22-Apr-19 13:48:05

I have always done weight watchers but don't like their new plans as struggle as get 23sp a day . I liked it when was pro points

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QuickGetTheEggplants Wed 24-Apr-19 12:55:02

I started at 6 weeks post-partum and lost 2 stone in about 9 months. There was no issue with my milk supply. I used MyFitnessPal to count calories and went back to exercising. For breastfeeding I just made it a custom exercise and said it burned 300 calories a day. Now I have an older baby I don't include it anymore.

As long as you're sensible and don't do some sort of crazy crash diet you should be fine. Be warned though, breastfeeding can make you feel very hungry!

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VivaFrida Wed 24-Apr-19 15:16:52

Helsvamp, like you, I liked pro points best. There is an app called Ultimate Food Diary that uses propoints. It's £5.99, which is a fraction of the cost of WW. I have used it for the past 9 weeks and have lost exactly 9kg so far. Best of luck whatever you decide to do!!

CheesePuffTheMagicDragon Wed 24-Apr-19 15:24:46

Quick if you don't mind me asking, how much of a diet are you doing? Usually if I'm dieting, I'd go for a 500 calorie deficit most days, aiming to lose a pound a week - is that reasonable? I'm due soon and I can't stop thinking about my post baby body! I know it's silly but I think I'd feel better if I had a plan! blush I don't want to overdo the diet because I'm planning to breastfeed, but I'm itching to get started haha

Helsvamp Wed 24-Apr-19 15:41:43

I wish I could start now. I have that app.

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MissSmiley Wed 24-Apr-19 16:01:07

Why can't you start now?

Helsvamp Wed 24-Apr-19 16:38:53

I am 29 weeks pregnant so can't diet

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