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Question: I am 18 weeks pregnant but my belly size is not increasing. When it will increase?

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Answer: Babies usually gain more weight in 3rd trimester so no need to worry. It will be increasing from 6th month onwards
Answer: Don't worry it will increase slowly, but keep an eye on baby's progress through ultrasound i mean weight n all
Answer: It will slowly increase don't worry.... by the time u will b 5month u will c d different.....😀
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