It's different for everyone. Generally you should earlier on with your second (or more) pregnancy. In a first pregnancy, you generally start to show around 4 months, but some people start showing at 12 weeks, others at 6 months
Yes. Mine started to become noticeable at about my third month, but everybody is different.
Yes, though they may not be as noticeable.
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Yes, pregnancy is noticeable at any age.
Likely, no different. Most women don't even experience noticeable symptoms until they have been pregnant for almost 3 weeks!
It can't be. You would feel the baby moving and you would have a noticeable bump.
Every woman has vaginal discharge. It is mroe noticeable when pregnant. Yes you can have a normal healthy baby when having vaginal discharge.
Yes. Breast changes are one of the first most noticeable signs of pregnancy.
When you get pregnant your body releases specific hormones into your blood stream. Though one week is too early for these to shape your behaviour or be noticeable. If you are trying to figure out if you are pregnant, just walk into a pharmacy and ask for a pregnancy test. Its not a crime to populate the Earth.
The same way you tell if a house cat is pregnant: Enlarged and pink nipples, an increased appetite, a bulging belly (although this is usually only really noticeable later on in the pregnancy).
Even if it is very faint in color if it is there it is positive. I had one once and it was the faintest line, you could barely see it , and I was pregnant.
not if the area isactually ventilated and even so no noticeable affects are likely to be present