Answer: Hii The important thing to remember, is that there is no right size for your bump. All women, and all pregnancies, are unique. Bump size can be influenced by lots of factors, including:
the number of pregnancies – first pregnancies tend to be smaller bumps because tummy muscles are tighter
the number of babies – women carrying multiples often have bigger bumps
the amount of fluid – it’s not just baby in there, the amount of fluid in your uterus could also affect your bump size
the baby’s position – you may notice that your bump changes shape each time your baby changes position
your posture – your bump may look bigger or smaller if you stand in certain ways
Your body structure - height, weight, hip size etc
Answer: U r just started mera 5th complete hoga is weekend mei mera bhi nai diktha..6th month mei elevation dikhatata
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Question: Mujhe 8 tarikh se 6th month lag gaya hai but mera pet abhi tak bilkul nahi dikhta.. everything is ok?
Answer: Hi dear,
First pregnancy me aksar tummy Der se nazar aata hai.kyunki uterus ki muscles tight rehti hai,tummy Ka badhna dikhta Nahi hai.but zaroori Nahi hai ki baby growth Kam hai. Aapke scans aur baby ki growth normal hi rahengi.donot worry.aapki body type pe bhi depend karta hai.he pregnancy different bhi Hoti hai.
Question: mera 5th month running h.. but mera abhi tak peth nhi dikhta😔
Usually the bump shows a by the end of 4 months. If ur placenta s placed posterior then the bump Wil be small as ur baby ll be more towards the back. Don't worry ur baby s fine and growing beautifully.
Question: Mera 5th month continue hai but abhi tk koi movement or baby bump bhi nhi dikhta..
Answer: You should feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks. By the second pregnancy, some women start to feel movements as early as 13 weeks.
Women can feel movement as early as 12 weeks. If you are thin, extra perceptive, on a second or higher pregnancy, a bit off in her timing, or carrying a rambunctious baby, she may well befeeling those flutters.
Once you should talk to ur doctor. Otherwise it's normal.