baby bump

Heather - posted on 11/12/2009 ( 2 moms have responded )

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Ok I am 15 weeks pregnant. This may be a silly question to ask. I only weighed 93 pounds when I found out I was pregnant. I now weigh 108. I know baby is right above pelvic bone so why is my upper abdomen (belly or stomach) so big? I know the baby can't be that big at only 15 weeks, can it? So why am I round in the upper abdomen if baby is in lower abdomen? Like I said baby is right above pelvic bone. atleast that what dr. says. And all of me is big as far as hard and rounded.

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Teale - posted on 11/14/2009

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The baby itself is not very big however you have lots of amniotic fluid etc. babies move A LOT so while te baby might have been in the lower abdomen at the Dr appt it may have moved. If you have a concern about your size or plaement of your bump you should ALWAYS ask your Dr since only he/she can tell you if it is normal. Unless he/she has told you you are measuring big or expressed concern I wouldn't sweat it. I am a tiny mama myself 118 to start and I always show more quickly than all my friends because I have no place to hide it. :) Plus every mama carries differently and each baby can carry differently. I carried my boys high and my girl low. Long and short if Dr isnt worried I wouldn't be either. (You also get bigger faster with subsequent pregnancies)

Autumn - posted on 11/14/2009

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If this is your second child you would tend to get bigger sooner. What did your doc say about the upper part of your tummy growing.

I noticed I seem to feel the baby higher then they say it is. Weird.

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