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I'm average sized and didn't start showing until about 5 months with both of my pregnancies. I'm now 26 weeks with my second. Report · bubblytobemommie. im only 13 weeks and i already have a pot belly and i think its so cute good luck. Report · MOMMYOFZOO. I started showing before I even found out I was pregnant. Although your uterus is growing, its growth is slow and is usually not noticeable to those around you, at least not until your clothes can no longer hide your belly. Ultimately, each woman and each pregnancy is different, and there is no way to predict when you will start showing. Not showing until late into your second. It is not always due to your baby bump, but could also be due to various other reasons such as gas, flatulence or even constipation. All these are the normal symptoms of pregnancy, and it is perfectly possible that they are causing your belly to stretch, and it is not because your baby bump is showing. Before long, your body will begin to change shape. The changes will be most noticeable in your tummy, which will expand to accommodate your developing baby. Watching your stomach grow is a part of pregnancy that you may find as nerve-wracking as it is exciting. Some are 8 weeks pregnant and are already showing. Your age can also influence it. BabyCentre mentions that your age may come into play as well. Younger moms typically start showing later into their pregnancy than older moms do. This is because younger women typically have tighter, stronger stomach muscles for their baby bump to hide behind. Still don't look pregnant? Find out when your bump will begin to show. It really depends on you. Your fetus is pretty tiny in the first two months, so other people won't be able to see much-if any-change in your belly. If this is your first pregnancy, it often shows later than women who've already been through it once. By about When will my baby bump start to show? There isn't a set time when moms-to-be start sporting an obviously pregnant belly – every woman is different. Some women keep their pre-pregnancy belly far into the second trimester, while others start showing in the first trimester. Big, small, high or low, pregnant bellies are lovely! These proud mamas-to-be show off their baby bumps in the 12th week of pregnancy. There isn't a set time when mums-to-be start to show a pregnant belly. Every woman is different. If you're a first-time mum, you could begin developing a baby bump any time between 12 and 16 weeks. But if this isn't your first baby, you may start showing sooner. This is because the muscles in your uterus (womb) and belly.