Was just wondering.. when does your uterus start moving upwards? how many weeks? mine have moved out from about 9 weeks (that is when I started feeling it) but it is now like it has moved up.. up into my abdomen and my upper abdomen and thorax feels stacked (and from my belly button to ribs I'm bigger).......... must say it is uncomfortable!!!
I'm now at 12w (or 14) able to feel my uterus taking up more than 2/3 of my lower abdomen (from pubic bone to belly button). I'm not really showing yet but do have a tiny tummy.
All the second and third time mommies please try to explain what is going on??
Appariently, my Bestie told me.. i have my Bump starting already when we went out. I said it was Bloat, but she felt it and said it was rather hard. (shes had 2 kids)... so i dunno... Hopefully i'll be seeing my mum on Thursday and she'll tell me :P it depends babe, every women is differant.. I'm small... maybe thats why im "showing" who knows!.. Human Body is.... strange XD
This will be my third pregnancy. My first pregnancy with my son i didnt start showing untill i was about 6 months my last pregnancy which unfortunatly ended in mc at 13 weeks i was showing at that point. And this time im bigger than ever! I will be 14weeks on friday and like you from around 9 weeks i could feel my uterus growing up and it is very hard. I was convinced i was having twins but there is only one in there! I am quite small but i have read that its not uncommon for you to be bigger at the beginning if you have had more than one pregnancy so i wouldnt worry. Everyone keeps saying i look 20 weeks plus lol
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