29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello Dr, This is my 30th week going on of pregnancy. I have a observed that my stomach is been pulled from centre (happening for 1st time).

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Answer: Hi dear I hope that you are referring to the umbilical stump of the naval area of your abdomen which is a little protruded or it seems like it has been pulled out, it is absolutely normal at this time and you may experience this pulling out more with time but there is nothing to be worried about it is all common.. Hope this helps!
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    Ashwini Raut552 days ago

    Yes very helpful and a relief, same was told by my Dr. Too

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