Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that how much you show depends upon your body type. Thin women often show more than heavier ones. Women with strong muscles such as athletes will show less. If you think you are too big, you could discuss an ultrasound with your doctor, to rule out twins, Good luck! Dr B
Hi my name is Tricia im 20 years young my fiance and i have been trying to see if we can have babies but nothing has happened yet, ive had stomach issues a cyst on my left ovary like 4 years ago & colitis but my doctor who does my paps said my uterus is shaped funny so try positioning on my stomach but my fiance was born with his right testicle in his stomach but they brought it down & the doctors said he might not be able to have children but i know people who have had this issue and have had kids. What advice could you give me? ;(
hi, well, I would consider asking your doctor about artificial insemination if I were you...using your mans sperm of coarse though...there are rare occasions (like your situation) where artificial insemination may be your only hope of joining the egg and Sperm together. just because its not only one of you making it difficult to conceive, but sounds like your two bodies together just wouldn't be very well at making a baby is all...I'm very sorry for your situation and I hope you the best of luck in concieving!!
Hey I'm young and I am having problems with my discharge signs. Yesterday I went in the bathroom to use it and as I used the restroom I notice brown/red discharge and I haven't gotten my cycle yet. What could this be? I'm so scared and confused !!!
Hi lexi_johnsey I am 19 years old and 10 wks pregnant and have a big belly! I have always been very small and already had to go buy all new clothes because nothing's fits! I am only having one baby but many people say you are bigger with your first. But don't be too worried, because I felt the same but baby is fine. I am the same size as a lady I know due in 2 months! She's not big, but that shows I'm not too small. Goodluck. (:
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