Hello everyone I'm 24 pregnant with my first baby I'm about 13 weeks and not showing at all. I had a miscarriage in October and I'm so scared that now my baby has stopped growing and I'm going have a miscarriage.
I miscarried my first and second baby as well. But im now pregnant with my third and 27 weeks :). Im 23. First time mommies usually seem to take a bit longer to show. Depends on your build too. I didnt start showing at all until i was almost 6 months pregnant and my lil guy is very active and healthy :)
I miscarried my first baby it was unplanned but I was so upset I had to have a dnc I then ttc my son and became pregnant after 3 cycles and I worried all the time, but your fine. Just have faith hub I have two kids and just had a early miscarriage and will be ttc any day now. Congratulations
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