I think I am kinda starting to show already. I was about 10 or so lbs overweight before I became pregnant. I was on hormone treatments and they made me gain weight and soooo bloated. Mine has been bloat until about 1 week ago when I stopped taking progesterone. Now I am wearing almost all maternity pants and I have a low pooch. I am 13w2d today.
I'm 22wks and I am really starting to show now. At about 19-20 wks DF finally said it looked like I was really pregnant. Even though I could tell a difference by, say, 12wks, my family just started saying I look pregnant these last few weeks.
I was average before I got pregnant, but athletic type body.
I was overweight. About 150lbs. I started showing around 15 weeks and by week 18 everyone could tell. I am now 20 weeks and my belly is round like a preggo belly finally and stopped looking so fat...and more preggo! :0)
I would say that I was normal weight for my height (5'2) and I think that I am starting to show a tiny bit now, but my family is about 50/50 on it. Some say that I'm getting a pooch but others say that they don't see anything. I am 15 weeks today and this is my first. I have put on about 2 lbs so I'm still in most of my normal clothes but the jeans aren't cutting it. I have to wear my riding jeans all the time now since they are a size bigger. So I think I still have a while to go before I look prego.
This is my first and was normal weight pre-pregnancy (athletic).
I'm 16w tomorrow and I am still not showing. My husband said about two nights ago there is a questionable pooch, but my aunt and mom said I'm still not showing when I showed them. lol I'm ready to show, at least a little.
I'm down 3lbs, not sure why, but doc said he thinks I'll be showing by next week. He said my uterus is tilted toward my back so I won't show as much as some women do. Maybe you are tilted too?
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