People Blast A Fitness Model Saying Her 7-Month Belly Bump Was Much Too Small
July 5, 2019
Pregnancy, like any other health-related experience, differs for every woman - and this includes bump size.
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According to Dr. Kirkham, an obstetrician-gynecologist from Toronto, strong abdominal muscles mean a growing uterus is going to stay closer to the core of the body, making a bump appear smaller.
On the other hand, if core muscles have been stretched out from a previous pregnancy, then a bump may look larger.