If your going to regular appts and your doc hasn't said anything then maybe you should bring it up. Some women don't start to really fill out till they are in the last few months, more so if this is your first. I wouldn't be too worried but you should talk to you dr. to be sure you are gaining what you should be and that your LO is growing the way she/he should be.
idk if its a good thing if your DR. hasn't said anything im sure your ok. My cuz and i were pregnant at the same time with my last child and i had a over sized watermelon and she had what looked like maybe a little gas but she didnt look pregnant she gave birth to a 7 1/2 lbs healthy baby boy she was really skinny to begin with im not sure if thats why she hardly showed at all.
My doctor says that everything is just normal.. But the baby is just a bit under weight. Nd I am very concerned... They always said that I have a very small cervix. In which may cause miscarrages Unless I am very careful.
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