16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My stomach not looking in large size me & husband little worried About it

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Answer: Hi don't worry the baby bump depends upon many factors such as your weight you are right baby position and the Placenta position as far as your baby is growing well there is nothing to worry if the present the position is posterior in that case the baby bump will be visible a little later so don't worry
Answer: Ur stomach looks large in 8th month
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