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    Default Help- hiding pregnancy

    I am 151cm and a 12-14 and I was not showing at 20 weeks with either of my pregnancies. I had a tendancy to carry small though - even at full term I didn't need to wear maternity clothes. All that said there is no way I could have guessed that is how it would go for me prior to actually going through it. So if you can hold off it is probably the best idea for your own peace of mind

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    I did. We didn't tell anyone other than our parents/siblings until after the 20wk morph scan with dd. Granted it was winter so easier to hide but even when we did share, nobody believed I was as far along as I was. I'm 176cm, size 8-10 but the only thing that would have given me away was my 24/7 ms.

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    Hard to predict. I had a bump by 14w both times and it was obvious to workmates by 8wks due to severe ms.


 

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