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carrying small

Im 31 weeks & Im carrying so small , I look like im 4 months. Is this normal !???
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10623188 tn?1412309749
Yes.. everyone is different.. && lucky!! I look like I'm having twins..  :/ lol!
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As long as your doctors tell you everything Is good than dont worry. I had a 6 pack in my ABS till I was 6 months and I never exercised the whole pregnancy. I thought I was small too Im 35 weeks and have gained 17 pounds total.  When they measure you and you measure close to the weeks of ur pregnancy and the doctors tell u ur Fine dont stress everyones different. Just contiune to eat healthy dont try to over eat unless they tell u to gain more. Hope I was helpful.
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9122515 tn?1410645508
They say that women who have small bellies usually have bigger babies than those who have big bellies
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I believe that bc my baby has been more oz than what the pregnancy app says it should weigh.
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I agree everyone is different. If your doctor isn't worried then don't worry either. I have only gained 5 lbs at 32 weeks and only measure 26 weeks. My baby is great though and measures 32 weeks 3 days. My doctor says I'm one of those rare cases that will be all baby.
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Im 36 weeks and someone thought I was 5mos. Ive been told since the beginning of this pregnancy by different US techs and doctors that my son has been measuring bigger for his size which I find interesting. Im uncomfortable/miserable due to the size of my belly so I can't imagine it being bigger than it is.
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8529755 tn?1412629642
I'm 31 weeks on Thursday and also carrying small. I've gained 5lbs my entire pregnancy and my son is measuring 31 weeks 3 days. I like my little belly.
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