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HI! If you were my patient, I would probably tease you a bit about your question. First, I am assuming that you mean pounds and not years as I thought when I first looked at this. Second, there would be a lot of difference depending on height--if you were 5'0 or 6'0. An honest answer would be that most average woman "pop out" when they are about 16-20 weeks along. LOTS of variables though! Good luck! Dr B
I was 123 pounds and 5'5 (ish) pre pregnancy. started showing at about 13 weeks. I don't know why you are so keen to show? I don't hate it, but i'd rather avoid my clothes not fitting anymore and everyone going on about how fat and gross I am now. It only matters that you know your pregnant and baby is healthy!
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