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I see a bulge in the middle of my stomach when I try to sit up, pregnant!?

By Anonymous April 19, 2017 - 4:49pm
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Recently I noticed a bulge down the middle of my stomach from my breast bone all thr way to my pelvic area!! I was just laying on the bed flat and there was still some mass, at first I thought it was just my belly fat or something. Then when I tried to get up from a lying flat position to a sitting position I noticed my stomach felt really hard and there was a bulge in the middle!!

I read that if the buldge is soft and sort of sinks when you push on it thrn its just your abs, but if the buldge is hard, its more likely a baby!! And my buldge is really hard!! Im freaking out about this!

After my event I've preformed several hpts and all were negative and I've been having bleeding (not sure if its pregnancy bleed or period after this) every month and around the expected date.
But still, there's always a chance of getting neg hpt as I've read that not every womem will get a positive test. Btw, my last urine test was at approximately 20 weeks after the event.

But now what's this very hard buldge that I feel on my belly? Lately I've also been feeling my belly skin/fat/tires when I sit. Im not overweight and my stomach is "almost" flat in a standing position.

Could this be a baby? Is there still a chance of pregnancy?
Reply will be highly appreciated. Thanks!

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