12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi ism 9th week pregnant bt not any physical in my body when change starts

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Answer: If its ur first pregnancy . till 20 weeks u couldn't see any changes. This was my first pregnancy and i saw my tummy visible outside during start of 5 month
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    Namarta Chhabra118 days ago

    K yes

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