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    I am 10 weeks and feeling huge!! This is my first baby. Interested to know when everyone else started to show? Thanks!!

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    I'm showing

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    It will all be bloat and fluid retention.

    I showed properly (rather than the bloat) at 16ish weeks with my 1st.

    This one was a little earlier

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    I'm 30 weeks today with my first but honestly I don't think I really started to 'show' until I was 15 weeks.. I felt big before that but as previous posts have said I'm pretty sure that was jut bloating and holding fluid.. I've done this: ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1455419639.884933.jpg
    And will do it with all my pregnancies.. It helps more to show how much I've grown rather than the belly bump pictures... This is my outline standing in exactly the same spot in various weekly intervals... 😊

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    I didn't really start showing a proper bump until around 18 weeks, but i had a retroverted uterus so that combined with a bit of belly fat kept our lil one hidden for a while.

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    With dd (first) it was well past 24wks. We waited until after our 20wk scan before telling people and no one believed me that I was so far already. Thank you tummy muscles!

    With ds it was much earlier but still about 17wks

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    By 20 weeks with DS my bump was more bump than "is she fat?"

    This time, I already look 20 weeks pregnant but it's just bloat!

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    I am so bloated already and I am only 4.5 weeks!!! I know its just bloat though, but I cant wear some shorts as they are already too tight! This is my second, and ive heard you show earlier with your second?
    With my first I could see changes at around 14 weeks...

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    I'm 4+6 today and so incredibly bloated it looks like I gained around 6kg overnight. It's an awful feeling because I just look fat. I can't wait till it looks more like baby belly.

    With my first I think I was around 15/16 weeks when I noticed a belly and probably around 18/19 when others could start to see it.

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    DD is my first baby and I didn't noticeably show til well into my second trimester around 18-20 weeks.


 

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