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I'm 9 weeks, and already showing. Is this normal?

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I'm 5'0", and weighed 112 lbs 2 and a half weeks ago. I don't know how much I weigh now, I don't feel like I've gained much weight but I definitely have a little baby bump!

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Since your a smaller woman its normal. I'm average sized and didn't start showing until about 5 months with my first and 4 months with my second which I'm now about 26 weeks pregnant with.
I am nine weeks with my first pregnancy and am showing a little.  I am 5'9" and have lost about six to eight pounds in the last three weeks from morning sickness.  I think everyone is different on when they start to show.  I really wouldn't worry about it unless you are gaining a lot of weight already.
Every woman is different. I'm 5'2" and used to be 125 and I didn't start showing until I was 5 months. Don't try to stress soo much. Just try to eat healthy, drink lots of water and exercise.
I am also 5'0 and was slightly over weight when I got pregnant. I started showing before I even missed my period so I know how you feel. I was told that the reason I started showing early is because the more pregnancies you have the earlier you show. I don't konw though. I think some women just show earlier. Good luck with your pregnancy. :) 
im two weeks prgnant and i only weigh 89 ponds and im already showing i used to be kinda skinny before i got pregnant now im showing at two months is this normal ?
I am 5'0 and also weight 112 and I feel as if I am already showing but I read up on another sight that it might just be bloating which is completely normal but maybe because we are smaller are bodies are reacting faster

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