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Two Questions

Sorry but I'm getting tired of friends rubbing up on my stomach when the baby isn't exactly right there, he/she is under the belly I have. I weigh about maybe 180lbs(possibly 175 because of the week of throwing up back in early pregnancy), the healthy weight for me since I'm about 6'0... I come from a rather tall family.

I was wondering if it would be visible by maybe 20 weeks? I kind of figured when I hit that mark the baby bump will actually appear better. I'm 16 weeks right now.


I also wanted to know if it would be possible to exercise a bit? Maybe yoga or something? I want to tone down a bit, I was actually planning on losing the flab I have before pregnancy! Guess life said no to that lol
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Ill be 9 months monday so im there lol
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I didnt start showing till 22 weeks n it wasnt noticeable really till i was like almost 30 then i had a bump! Now im huge!!! Not really lol most people say i look 6 months or something but nope im almost 9 months :)
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I didn't show until 24weeks. Everyone is different.
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Prenatal yoga is very good and i dont know everyone show at different time in 17weeks and showing
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Everyone gets a bump at different times in pregnancy. Its good to exercise but just research what you can do
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Just gonna boop this topic
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