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Question: I am 7 months pregnant n my baby bump is not that much visible. No body can recognize m pregnant or not. Its my 1st baby. What should i do?

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Answer: Hi dear, don't worry abt the bump... As it's yr 1st pregnancy the muscles in yr abdomen are not stretched...hence the small bump...u will find a difference in yr 8th n 9th month....if it's 2nd pregnancy baby bump will be visible much earlier as the muscles of the abdomen will have already stretched due to 1st pregnancy...
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