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showing at 9 weeks

I am 5'4 before pregnancy 105/107 pounds.  My bowl movements are normal aside from the occasional diarrhea. I already have a solid bump that won't go away day or night.  I read that even though the baby is the size of a grape my uterus has already doubled I'm size and is making more room for the placenta than baby right now.

Just wondering if any one else started to show this early in there first pregnancy.  Im assuming Im showing because I'm so tiny and there is no where for baby to go.

Thanks everyone
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there's no way that you can show that early.. it's just bloating that you are experiencing...

Congrats on the baby.
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It probably isn't the baby, it's either bloating, gas or the fecal matter built up in your intestines. I have pretty regular bowel movements too and also have a bump (I'm 13 weeks) but it usually goes away after I use the restroom.
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Its probably ur body letting u know somethings going on i.e pregnancy lol but i agree its not ur bump its way too early most probably bloating. I didnt show untill i was about 20weeks and im small. 5ft and about 9stone pre pregnancy. Congrats on ur baby hope all is well
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I'm at 8 weeks of my first pregnancy and notice a bump, and I'm not bloated. My sister was showing at 10 weeks of her first.
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I am 5'6 n was 111lbs n showed at 10 weeks
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Prego with twins and at two months I had a hard round belly already so yes its possible
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My cousin is small and showed at 6 weeks. I'm on my 3rd and starting to snow. But I'm also 20lbs lighter with this pregnancy than the previous two
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Thanks for all the responses. I guess it goes to show everyone is different. Thanks for all the well wishes. My husband and I are super excited!

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