I'm 16 weeks 4 days today, and still am not noticeably pregnant yet. I have only gained 3 lbs since prepregnancy, and can feel a little "hard' spot below my belly button. I did have a little bit of a baby belly that never flattened, but overall im fairly thin. This is my 2nd pregnancy and with my 1st i was already showing by now. Is this normal?
there is no normal as to when it comes to showing during pregnancy, you are just one of the lucky ones who will probably not show until later on (which is annoying for you no doubt because you want everyone to know by this point!)
I didn't show until about 16 weeks with my 1st, but by 8 weeks with my 2nd I looked like I'd eaten all the pies, same with my 3rd pregnancy and this pregnancy, which meant I was in maternity clothing by that point too!
Try and enjoy it, you may well wake up one morning and you've popped right out!
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