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At which month does your belly start to get harder and does it start getting bigger and harder under your belly button?

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2015-07-15 20:57:58
2015-07-15 20:57:58

Hi,

During your pregnancy your tummy usually becomes harder during the 3rd month of pregnancy but it can be earlier in some women if its their second pregnancy.

If this is your second pregnancy, you usually show earlier than you did with your first and some first pregnancies are late showing. This is normal.

Yes your tummy can become harder underneath your belly button but it really depends on what position the fetus is in.

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