im 18 weeks pregnant for a couple of days it feels like little movements but im not sure if its gas the other day i felt a tiny feeling then another lower then another and other i dunno if its gas or movement are movements suppose to be strong im not sure lol
That's when I first started feeling movements and it was very light and I wasn't sure at all if I was just having gas pains or if it was the real thing. For me it felt more like little twitches instead of butterflies. Now at 20 weeks, I KNOW it!!
That's exactly how I was too. Then I started to realize that if I was feeling so much gas that I'd probably be passing it! lol And I wasn't so I came to realize it was just my little boy! :) Don't worry....the movements get stronger and you will be 100% sure that it's the baby you're feeling! :)
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