Where has my bump gone??!!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by suzanne108, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. suzanne108

    suzanne108 Well-Known Member

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    Last night I was laughing because my belly looked a lot bigger than normal.... this morning it had disappeared!! I don't even look pregnant today!

    Can still feel baby wriggling away though so nothing to worry about :thumbup: just weird how it comes and goes!

    I want my bump back please!!!! x
     
  2. Buffy71

    Buffy71 Mummy to Harriet!

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    hehee - gone into hiding!
     
  3. new mummy h

    new mummy h First little princess!!!!

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    im always smaller on a morning - i like gettin home after work wen i feel huge :D
     
  4. suzanne108

    suzanne108 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah it does always seem to get bigger at night (after I've spent a day scoffing!)

    I think he or she is hiding round the back somewhere :) x
     
  5. jeswaney

    jeswaney New Member

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    hi there,

    just had to comment on the appearing and disappearing bump...i think that I am now smaller in my belly than I was in my first trimester and am baffled by it...have been googling everything and am assuming it has to be with the huge water and constipation fluctuations that I felt like I was hit with in my first trimester..I have a bit of fear over it because I wonder if I have somehow lost the baby (but, knowing that without any signs of cramping or bleeding, that that is highly unlikely...right?) But, seriously, how can I look 20 weeks pregnant one day (I am almost 16 weeks) and the next day look four weeks?

    jenn
     
  6. mrskx0x0

    mrskx0x0 Scarlett's Mummy

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    My bump shrunk today between 2.15 and 4.30! I was telling another pregnant lady at work and she said she complained the exact same thing to her husband a few days ago. I think they must take up more/ less room etc depending on where they lie. My little girl likes to lay across the bottom, really low but I think she must have wiggled up higher. I am sure all our bumps will come back with a vengence hehe.
     
  7. open lotus

    open lotus Well-Known Member

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    this has just happened to me,I was so worried,I feel better now,thanks x
     
  8. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    I am 16wks

    From 3pm onwards I look the size I did when I was 7 months with my first baby - I love it! I actually have a bump!

    In the morning it has all deflated!

    I have bloat in the afternoons!! (but it makes me look pregnant and I would love if it stayed!)

    I didnt have this bloat with my first baby, didnt have a bump either til 25+wks!!:flower:
     
  9. Mocha_Baby XD

    Mocha_Baby XD Freya & Aurora's Mummy =D

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    When my LO is up higher lol my bump shrinks! but when she's down low and bopping away on my bladder it's all baby =P. I hate it when she gets higher haha i don't feel pregnant that is until she starts attacking my ribs >.<. Alot of it seems to do with the position of baby =]
     
  10. Treelo

    Treelo Mum of 3

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    Totally normal, you get bigger during the day from eating and blaoting so always flatter in the morning than at night.
     

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