Mine is the same at 13 weeks + 3 definitely a belly but just starting to get firmer some days...I THINK it is normal until a bit later on..but I am not too sure. Is this your first? It is my first. I think with second pregnancies and up it starts to firm up sooner.
Well Im 18 weeks with my 2nd and my "bump" still hasnt gone hard. I'm deff getting a big tummy, but I'm at that "is she pregnant, or has she put on weight" point which I hate! I just look like I've eaten too many pies Bring on the bump!!! x
Almost 15 weeks belly is definitely bigger but not hard very squishy havent gained a pound soooo whats going on is this normal???
Anybody going through this or has been through this???
Your uterus swells up in the whole pelvic area. This crowds out your guts, and forces them up out of the pelvis into less-crowded areas. After your uterus pops up out of the pelvis, it will ride up the front of you, over all your guts. So now, you feel squishy still as your uterus isn't covering all those crowded intestines.
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