Im a ftm and im 13.3 weeks pregnant ice lost alot of wait and in not really gaining any. My Dr. SATA the baby is healthy, but im not getting any bigger, and im already in my sec. Trimester. Am i just freaking out? Lol
Everyone is different. Some will show at 12 weeks while others won't show until 20 weeks! It ranges from a lot of different things from body weight, if it's your first child, and so forth. Don't freak out, soon enough you will show! I'm currently 15w1d and I only have a lil bump goin on and this is my first. At 12 weeks is when the uterus pops out a lil over your pelvic bone so it might take some time for you to look pregnant until the uterus as well as baby gets bigger.
I am just 25wks with twins and I didn't start showing until I hit 20 weeks even now people day they don't realize I'm having twins because I'm so little. Everyone is different.. I have seen girls who are only with one child and are the same weeks as me and are way bigger as well! Just depends on your body.
I too am a ftm and didn't start to really show until I was 20 weeks. I am now 26 weeks and depending on how I dress you can not tell at times I am pregnant.
Oh and I have only gaind 8lbs as of week 23 Dr apt and found out at about being prego at about 3 weeks.
I freeked out my first trimester bc I was worried about my baby since I wasn't gaining wait my Dr said the baby was growing good as of my week 20 ultrasound she looked so healthy I stoped worring as much.
I didn't show until nearly 25 weeks with my first and now I'm only about 5 weeks pregnant with my second and I'm already showing :o don't worry everyone's different, as long as your baby's healthy it doesn't matter if your bump is big or not x
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