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When does your stomach start getting big and what does it feel like?


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2004-12-27 19:48:49
2004-12-27 19:48:49

Most women start to show around 4 or 5 months. But all women are different. How it feels is unexplainable. I felt quite bloated within a month of conception, so it seemed like I was "showing" although it wasn't really the baby. I had to wear maternity clothes by 6 weeks because of the bloating and I carry all out front (I could rest a dinner plate on my stomach by 9 months!). Waiting to "show" is one of the most anticipated moments (or one of the most dreaded) in pregnancy. If you are looking forward to it, go ahead and start wearing the maternity clothes now! If not, just wear clothing that is a little looser. By the way, it is a WONDERFUL feeling emotionally (although not always physically). If you know what it feels like to be bloated before your period, that is the physical sensation at first, but it's all good because you know there is life in you and usually you want to show it off rather than hide it!

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Mostly when you feel like your underwear is getting wet a lot. If that's happens you might want to start getting ready for your period. It happens all the time. Even the first few days when your not on your period you'll start getting cramps in your stomach! Don't worry your just turning into a woman!

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When you start to show!! it wont be jiggly eather!! it starts to feel like muscile!!!!

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Whenever you feel like it and feel like you are getting alot fatter than you are or you woulnd be wanting to lift weights.

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Sometimes, it can feel like a cramp in the lower part of your stomach, And other times it can feel like a stomach ache!


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