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Question: Mera 7 month pura ho gaya paar baby bump nehi dikhta kiya koye problm hoga

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Answer: Hi dear Agar aapka 7 months pura ho chuka hai par baby bump nahi dikh raha hai isme sochne wali koi baat nahi hai Kyuki baby bump Se Baby ke health ka koi relation nahi hai aapka baby bump aapki statured cupid aapke Hath ke upar aur aapke body type ke upar depend Karta Hai To baby bump agar Chota hai ya phir nahi bhi dikh raha hai isme bhi koi problem nahi hai Jaise mai apna example Dungi main waise Hi bulky huun to 7 months and half months tak Kisi Ko Pata bhi nahi chala tha ki mai pregnant hu lekin around 8 months sabko pata chala ki Mere baby bump dikhne Laga to aap is cheez Ko Leke bilkul bhi tension mat Lijiye as long as aapka Sab report sahi hai aapko sochne ki koi jarurat nahi .. Hope this helps!
Answer: Mera bi ni dikta itna... Ap ultrasound krke baby weight pta karo.. Bas wo thek hona chahiye
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