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Did anyones stomach get real big at around 14 weeks?
I'm 14 +3 and my stomach is already growing tremendously, although, I am always hungry, I eat lots of fruits to curb my appetite but I already look like I'm pushing 6.5 months. lol Anyone else have that issue? Oh and I'm a FTM.
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I'm the opposite. I'm 15w1 and my stomach is very small still! Im kind of petite so I thought I would be showing a lot more. Congrats!
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I'm 16 weeks and 4 days and am the same. I look about 6-7 months. This is my second pregnancy and I was the same with my son. Its all just in my stomache. Its crazy how big it looks
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I kinda wish it had waited... lol every time I pass a mirror or window, I'm always like "oh boy..." Were you a small baby? My old man and I were both almost 10lbs, so I'm expecting a large baby... lol Thank you! Congrats to you too! :)
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4963258 tn?1395605672
harlichance, this is my second, but my first ended in a miscarriage at 12weeks, I'm not sure if that affects it any... mines all stomach and boobs.. lol Congrats!
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