So at 9 weeks Im looking roughly like Im 3 months. My us showed I was right on my guess of lmp. My questions are - in the possibility of twins what are the odds of there being 2 in the same gestational sac? And is it normal that I seem to be carrying high (my bump as its called seems to be right under my chest) when normally Ive carried lower? When I push on that area its really firm too. Im not a ftm but this pregnancy just has not been normal at all for me.
u have to think that every pregnancy is diffrent. carrying high is normal some women do. and showing like ur 3 months at 9 weeks.is definatly normal if ur not a ftm ur uterous has already been stretched out so it takes alot less time.for.it to stretch out this time around!.dont worry to much!
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