Answer: Hi dear...it's too early to get or see baby bump.... usually tummy started to be seen only between 12 to 16 weeks...it happens uf u already have some tummy out and u think that it's baby bump....my baby bump started to be seen only after 13 weeks...
Answer: I still have very slight bump visible ... Noone can tell merely by looking at me that m pregnant untill i wear skin fit clothes... Its my 5th month..
Answer: Don't worry if u r baby is gaining weight n no need to think... It's normal depand on ur height n weight
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Question: Hello.. I am 18 weeks pregnant.. when will be my baby bump visible?
Answer: Hello Dear, there isn't a set time, some women show their pregnancy belly in the second trimester, while others start showing in the first trimester. First-time moms usually begin developing a baby bump between 12 and 16 weeks. Moms who’ve already been pregnant start showing sooner, since their uterine and abdominal muscles have already been stretched from an earlier pregnancy. If you're showing later than expected, don't worry. The uterus can rest in the body in a variety of positions. Sometimes a woman's uterus is tilted toward the back, which can cause her to show pregnancy bump later. Consult your doctor he/she may do an ultrasound to ensure that everything is fine. Take care.
Question: I am 10 week pregnant when when baby bump visible
Answer: Hello dear. All pregnancy bumps are different, if this is your first pregnancy, if your abdominal muscles have never been stretched before by pregnancy, your muscles will tend to be quite toned and tight. Depending on the position your baby is in, your belly may at times look smaller. It is nothing to do with size of the babies, don't worry.
Question: Hi I am a 11 week pregnant. And my baby bump has become visible a little bit. Is it normal or I am more than 11 week pregnant.
Answer: Normally during 11weeks the baby is only a size of a fig. So there might be a chances of gas or bloating showing up instead of a baby bump. Check with your gynaecologist your correct week of pregnancy