Your personal weight chart during pregnancy
The calculator for weight gain during pregnancy shows you if your weight increases within the recommended range and how much weight you should ideally gain up to the due date.
As the recommended gain of weight depends on the BMI (Body Mass Index)** you had before your pregnancy, we need your weight before your pregnancy and your body height for the calculation.
* The recommended weight gains do not apply to multiple pregnancies.
** The body mass index (BMI) is the ratio of body weight to body height.
Calculation: Body weight (in kg) divided by body height squared (m²).
Example: 60kg : (1.60m)² = 23,4 kg/m²
The BMI for women of normal weight is 18.5-24.9 kg/m²