16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii..pls reply I'm 16 week pregnant.. my weight has 3 kg gained.but my bump is not appear so much... Appears only after eating or drinking water.. I'm worried

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Answer: Don't worry ..it will be visible in few weeks..
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