The only thing I can say is: don't rely on the scale. The scale doesn't mean a thing. Go by your body and what you see in the mirror and how your clothes fit. And if your clothes aren't looking good, evaluate to see if it's your bodies fault or your clothes fault. :)
About 8 months ago, I was in the shape of my life, I was a size 4-6 and felt and looked fantastic. I weighed 148 lbs.
Now, I feel fat and bloated, I'm a size 12 and my clothes look awful. I've increased my bust, hip, stomach, thigh size by a total of 15-25 inches. I weigh 150 lbs.
The weight may be super close same, but the body is completely different. I was toned, I could lift my own body weight and throw my nephew around like he was a feather. When you exercise you put on muscle and you tone, especially as women we tighten up. The old saying "muscle weighs more than fat" is true. Your poundage may go up, but you look and feel better, so don't let the scale get to you.