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how far along were you when you started showing?

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I'm currently 15 weeks and have a little pot belly finally. I just cant wait to be bigger and every notice that i'm pregnant besides my family.

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i started showing at 16 weeks
It depends a lot on your size. I'm average sized and didn't start showing until about 5 months with both of my pregnancies. I'm now 26 weeks with my second.
im only 13 weeks and i already have a pot belly and i think its so cute good luck
I started showing before I even found out I was pregnant.
I was weighing about 165lbs and started showing at 10 weeks. I had a cute little bump but it may depend on your body as well. I am now about 12 weeks and am barely showing. Good luck!
I started showing early! =( lol honestly everyone loves the baby bump but i just cant wait to get back to my reg size! Now I feel like I am huge but a lot of people tell me its cause im short and the baby has no where to go but out lol... ill be 29 weeks tomorrow and cant wait to meet my little man =)
I started showing after my 5th month..
For the first pregancy, I don't remember for sure, but I think it was 3 months.  But the second time, believe it or not, 5 weeks!  My belly was the reason why I bought a pregancy test... come to find out; it was twins!
I was 105-108 pounds and I started showing at 4 weeks! I'm sure its a lot of bloating. It's annoying that I can't suck my stomach in anymore :o( I feel like a cow! Every woman is different as well as their bodies. So I believe if your OB says its normal and okay than don't worry about it :o)
i started showing at 9 weeks


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