ok so I know that everyone is diffrent and based on your pre pg weight, body type, and how many pgs you have had we all show at diffrent times, but Im told that people show faster with each pg. I havnt gained any weight yet but i swear my belly has allready changed shape and seems to stick out more. Im only between 7-9 weeks (wont know the exact till sono on 2\6). This is my 5th pg and last time I think I started showing around 12 weeks. Am I crazy and just cause i know im pg i think i see a diffrence or could i actually be rounding out in front somewhat allready? Whats normal to expect for this?
It's pretty common that the more pregnancies, the faster you show. Makes sense to think your body adapts faster I guess. However, at 7 to 9 weeks it's probably got more to do with bloating or something similar.
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