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Moms of 2+ kids

How far along were you when you started to show with your second pregnancy?
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Nardeayiah ( Nar- dea-yah
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8 weeks
Thank you! Wow! So early! I am so excited to get my bump back again!
No way you can show at eight weeks the baby is the size of a pebble and the sac is small as well.
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Your welcome. Congrats hun
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Around 16 weeks. this is our 7th :)
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With my first I didn't show until Monday evening and I had her Saturday morning--on her due date.
My second three weeks before I had her and she came a week before her due date.
With my third I carried her differently than I carried the older two and I started showing with her about 16 to 20 weeks.
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About 4 1/2 months
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I'm 9 weeks now and I have a very noticeable bump...no hiding it unless I wear really baggy tops....I love it
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Some of these woman saying they show at eight or nine weeks are clearly bloated no way possible you can show that early
It wouldn't be the baby, you're right. However, the uterus never shrinks back to its previous size after the first baby. Although it does shrink back down significantly. If a woman has a bump earlier on, it's not the baby, it is her uterus,  as it has a head start the second time around. It is very possible to start showing around 9 weeks. You can show a month earlier than the first pregnancy in subsequent pregnancies.
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You can have swelling related to pregnancy. I dont remember how far but I know I felt period pain bloating at 8 weeks
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With my 1st, boy. I was 7 months when I started showing
2nd,girl. was about 20 weeks
3rd,girl. was 10 weeks
4th, girl. I didn't show until 8 months
5th, unsure. I started at 6 weeks  (conjoined twins but miscarriage at 9w2d)
6th, boy. I didn't start to show until 32 weeks pregnant.
I'm getting my tubes tied after this baby lol.

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