Im normally a tiny girl 5"9 125 pounds so everyone keeps tellin me thats why im noticing so much. But i feel like i am showing sooo much even my bf says my stomach looks bigger. Ill put pics up later but im definetly much bigger.
It's possible to have a bit of a bump going on down there, especially if you're one of those itty-bitty girls that I'm always so jealous of that I have to go and get an ice cream cone (and at 5'9"/125lbs, you probably fit this category). There's little room inside there for your uterus to grow much without poking out a bit, and your uterus is already growing some. Although you and your bf notice it, I'm sure it's not as noticable to anyone else.
There is also the possibility that it is just water retention. Even if it is...there's absolutely nothing wrong with believing it's a baby bump you've got going on!!
I say if you wake up and your bump is still there, then it's probably your uterus. I'm a tiny girl too, 5'4 at 107lbs, I get a huge bump after breakfast and throughout the day, but it always flattens out in the morning. Makes me think it's just bloating.
I'm not tiny per se (I am 5ft4 though so a bit of a shortarse ) but I have been bloated from 5/6w. I have been taking a pic every week of the growing 'bump' and it is showing no signs of abating even now at almost 10w...
Examples: my 6w and 9w photos:
I know it's WAY too early to be uterus but mine never goes down. It gets bigger after a huge meal but never seems to go smaller thanthose pics. Someone told me that the uterus is expanding and pushing up all your intestines and whatever else used to be down there, so even though it's not actually your uterus that you can see yet, it is still a bona fide 'bump' as it's caused by baby (although a lot of mine I'm sure is bloat and constipation).
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