So I felt baby for first time at 14/15 weeks, but haven't felt an increase or anything since then and I'm 19 weeks. There are some days that I don't even feel baby. Is that normal? Maybe I'm just too distracted and not noticing??
I would say that is normal. The baby is still very small and there are many people who dont feel anything till 20+ weeks. During the daytime I dont notice baby girl much either but she is very active at night. I am 19 weeks 3 days and am just starting to feel real kicks and not just movement, but I have been feeling the baby since 11 weeks.
Yeah, I was worried because I thought I would feel him/her more now. I will go like 1 or 2 days without feeling baby, and then randomly I will feel movement but it catches me so off guard I start to question if it was actually baby, lol. I have a prenatal appointment today and once I hear a strong heartbeat I will be reassured. Thanks for responding :)
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