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    I was around 16 weeks when I first thought my bump actually looked bumpy! I had gotten a bit fatter before then, my pants were tight from pretty much the beginning but I think a lot of it was due to the meds I was on from my ivf cycle. But 16 weeks was when I thought I actually looked pregnant rather than fat.

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    prob around 16 weeks but I look back at the 16 week bumpie and it doesn't look like anything more than a pot belly really 😂

    I think I was wearing all my normal clothes to around this point, after this time work clothes especially became really uncomfortable and too tight.

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    After 24 weeks- first baby.

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    Thanks everyone. I'm 11 weeks and feel huge!!! I'm sure it's a minute of bloat etc but so crazy!!

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    I had quite a pot by 8w but I was on progesterone as was ivf....my prog pot turned into a baby pot by 16w he was so obvious to palpate by then. Or somewhere in btw!

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    I'm 5+4 with my first and feel huge haha I'm sure it's just bloat but I can no longer fasten my work trousers!

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    I'm 5+5 and super bloated too....also from IVF meds. Last time I didn't show in a way that was obvious to others until maybe 16-17 weeks. It was obvious to me by about 10-11 weeks.

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    Bloat till around 16weeks, too many burgers look till 19ish weeks now 22weeks and have a bump

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    I'm 6 + 3 with my first.

    I feel massively bloated and big. My jeans are already hard to do up. My work skirts are uncomfortable.

    I thought it would be a while until I noticed any change in size but it's not the case!

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    This is my bump at 11w5d... I don't think I am imagining it hahah ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1455923070.128454.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1455923083.334255.jpg


 

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