Mine is the same way. I am 15 weeks pregnant and when I stand up I can feel a little hardness above pubic bone, but once I sit or lay down I cannot feel it, and know what you're talking about with the just "fat" feeling!
It does stink because every woman is different so it really is going to be hard to tell when you or I start to feel that hardness!
Wel im just over 20weeks and my stomach is still soft its hard at the bottom but my bump is quite soft .. i dont think it will harden up till later on in my opinion but i dont know as this is only my first pregnancy but thats what im thinking
Thanks for all the great posts ladies. I am also just over 15 weeks, and feel like I am just fatter, like baby is pushing all the fat upwards, but starting to get a little harder and "bumpish" (but maybe thats my imagination) in between my hips.
Cant wait for the next few weeks to see it start growing. Nice to hear there are a lot of people in similar situations.
Although ive got a small bump its still very soft, if i feel quite firmly i can feel my uterus, its a hard mass and its a couple of inches below my belly button, sometimes i can feel it, sometimes its not so 'feelable'. As for the line, not everyone gets it, i got it with two of my pregnancies, but not the others . xx
Hmmm.. i am only 15+2 and my tummy is soft when standing but hard when lying on my back, there is definitely a bump forming.. at night i even find it difficult to sleep, it feels so tight and hard.. and it happened over the last week, it is my first, so no idea what to expect!
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