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    All my pregnancies I looked semi pregnant around 13-14 weeks but it was mostly bloating. No denying it though around 20-24 weeks once baby got bigger

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    Default When did you start showing?

    First pregnancy I was unable to hide by 14-15 weeks. This one I'm nearly 6 weeks with #2 and I'm already getting a tummy.

    I'm five foot nothing and very petite at 50kg though so no surprises there. I don't think ill get away with it or much longer because I'm normally very fit with a flat belly.

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    First pregnancy I was around 19 weeks before I was noticeably pregnant.

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    I looked noticeably pregnant at 24 weeks with my first, 19/20 weeks with my second and I am currently almost 12 weeks with my third and just look bloated/fatter than usual.

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    The first pregnancy I lost in 2008 i was so ridiculously bloated I looked heavily pregnant from the get go and wore maternity tops.
    My first baby I showed early after the first trimester. My second baby I was much, much smaller and didn't show obviously until much later on, sometime between 21-24 weeks.

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    First bub around 13 weeks.
    Second pregnancy was strange- I started showing almost immediately, and went up a size pants at 8 weeks. But then I sort of stagnated and was still wearing those same pants when I had her at 36 weeks!

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    From 8 weeks with bloat but that settled by 12 wks but was pregnant podge developing from 16 weeks and very podgy at 20 wks.

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    Both pregnancies around 12 weeks😊

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    For me it was very early on. By 8 weeks the nurse and everyone around me was joking and saying I looked 4-5 months pregnant. I am now 18.5 weeks and have a belly the same size as my sister who is 30 weeks pregnant. Thankfully I'm all belly so I'm very happy about that and hope it stays that way lol

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    1st baby DS10 straight away lol about 6-7 weeks. I was only a tiny 42kg size 6/8 so it was obvious
    2nd baby DD5 I went out for my friends bday at 28 weeks no one knew I was pregnant popped about 29/30 weeks.
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    3rd I lost got to 13 weeks found out bub had passed at 8weeks never really showed.
    4th this bub I still don't look preg I'm 13 weeks today ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1470527705.038099.jpg


 

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