i will be 7 months pregnant in 3 days.and im not really showing..?? should i wor

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    lollylolly900posted 8 years ago

    i will be 7 months pregnant in 3 days.and im not really showing..?? should i worry??

  2. The Power Glider profile image60
    The Power Gliderposted 8 years ago

    In and of itself it's probably not something to stress over.  For you to know for sure though, consult your 'healthcare professional'.  I have a friend, who when she was having her first, were some who were just noticing that she was expecting. Then when her son was born he was small, but healthy and strong.  If you do have concerns, talk with your doctor of midwife, they are better suited to answer that question than I am.

  3. ar.colton profile image80
    ar.coltonposted 8 years ago

    People show at different rates. Some people show much later on, especially with their first pregnancy. Odds are if you get pregnant again your baby will make him/herself evident much earlier on. If you are still concerned though (about anything really) you should definitely contact your health care provider to settle any doubts or worries.

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    kjchicposted 8 years ago

    My friend didn't know she was pregnant until 6 months along when she went to the doctor with a kidney infection (as she bled every month, didn't get nausea, and didn't show.)  She finally ballooned out the last trimester.  Her daughter is in elementary school now, and she is healthy and VERY tall.  If you're worrying about it, go see your doctor and have a talk.  Don't put any additional stress into your life during this time.

  5. wychic profile image85
    wychicposted 8 years ago

    It's definitely not anything to stress over, especially if you're keeping up on prenatal visits and the doctor hasn't seen anything of concern. I carried my son in a transverse lie, so he never really showed very much at all, and actually showed LESS after he dropped down right before he was born. I felt huge because he was tucked up under my rib cage instead of taking up space in front, but after he was born many of my co-workers couldn't believe that I was already on maternity leave, they thought I couldn't possibly have been more than four months along! He was born right on time at 8lbs 9 1/2 ozs, so it's not like he just didn't have time to get big. I'm now 5 1/2 months pregnant with my second one, and am only now showing enough that the people who know me can tell that I'm pregnant...and those who don't think I'm just a little overweight.


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