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You probably won't start showing in the first month. The average is between 3 to four months. At 4 weeks pregnant there is still not a baby developed it is just an embryo with not even any limbs yet that measures at about 1 millimeter. There is a dramatic difference between week four and week five and even greater at week 6 and 7! Here is a picture of a week by week calendar of what your baby looks like! http://www.3dpregnancy.com/calendar/17-weeks-pregnant.html == == == ==
You are not actually showing baby or uterus in the first month. Its probably bloating and maybe weight gain from being pregnant.
Most woman do not start to show until the fifth or sixth month.
You start to show in your second trimester, usually around the fifth month unless you have had many children.
You may not have your period every month when you first start. This is because your periods will be irregular.
Dogs will start to show during their first month of pregnancy. Dogs will often nest when they are close to their due date. Watching the dog's behavior is key.
It varies in every woman. With my first pregnancy, I didn't "show" until the eighth month. In my second, I started showing around the fifth month.
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No. It is unusual to show a change in waistline within the first month of pregnancy.
The more babies you carry at once the sooner you will start to show. If you have quads you will start to show in your second or third month. By the fifth month you will be huge.
Nothing change much the first month. It doesn't start getting weird until about third month then you start to notice little changes.
You can show during your second month of pregnancy. Some women don't start showing until their fourth month of pregnancy. It depends on your weight before you were pregnant when you will show.
You can start to show in your second month of pregnancy. You can see your skin start to stretch itself out. This is an uncomfortable time during pregnancy.