in Baby Health During Pregnancy by anonymous
I am currently 18 weeks and 5 days pregnant, and I have noticed that my baby bump is not very noticeable. Is this normal, or should I be concerned? I would appreciate any insights or experiences from other moms who may have gone through a similar situation. Thank you!
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is completely normal for women to show differently during pregnancy. Factors such as body type, muscle tone, and the position of the baby can all contribute to how prominently the baby bump is visible. Additionally, first-time mothers tend to show later than those who have been pregnant before. If you are concerned about your lack of a noticeable baby bump at 18 weeks and 5 days, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider for reassurance. They can perform an ultrasound or physical examination to ensure everything is progressing as it should be. Remember that every pregnancy is unique, so try not to compare yourself too much with others. Focus on taking care of yourself and enjoying this special time in your life!

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That's pretty normal! Nothinh to worry about. If you're very thin it might be a reason for you not to show yet and also if it's your first pregnancy! It will start showing later on! 
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Yes...Im 14 weeks and still fit imto my size 8 clothes. I was a size 8 prior to finding out...I think the bigger your size the longer it takes to show. IMO....

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