It could still be a little bit of 'bloat' not enitrely sure hun but you'll know your bump. I couldn't suck mine in if I tried lol I got wedged behind my dining room table the other day whilst trying to dust!
If I try to suck mine in, it doesnt go anywhere. My friend who is 34 weeks, if she sucks in her bump all but disapears and shes only a size 6-8. Her baby must disapear up her rib cage or something, it was weird. Try not to worry to much, i have a good bump but when I lie down it goes flat.
im the same! i suck my belly in at it stays the same! when i first did it, it felt really weird! i tried so hard and it didnt budge lol! i cant help you as to why yours goes in though im afraid you will pop soon - i did at about 17 weeks and it will be nice n hard n stay x
Your uterus is still down in ur pelvis, but everything that was down there is pushed up! So yes, I have a bump too but I can feel the top of my uterus is about 2inches under my belly button, will be a while till your bump is all hard uterus... there are diagrams on the net somewhere!
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