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Question: Hello ...i am 8 month pregnant...my baby bump is too small...its worried or not???

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Answer: Hello dear Usually those who become pregnant for the first time those tummy will start seeing from 12-16 weeks. But the mothers who are pregnant for the second time their tummy will start seeing soon because their uterine and abdominal muscles are already stretch. U don't need to worry if ur tummy is not seen because every ladies are different and their body shape and size are also different
Answer: Hi bump size depends on so many factors like height of mom, how many babies u r carrying, ur body posture, baby body posture, if this is ur 1st pregnancy then the size will be more, amount of amonotic fluid, baby weight, so size doesnt means u don't have healthy baby but it just varies person to person.
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