Hi ladies! I had posted before about feeling early movement and well.. it happened again! Please don't think I think I'm feeling kicking... it's nto that at all. Its a flutter! It feels just like something tiny is inside and I feel it flutter around for a couple of seconds and then it stops! I've been feeling on days that I have a cup of coffee... I hadnt been drinking it the first 3 months and now that I have had a cup twice this week, I felt flutters both times. It is amazing, today it brought tears to my eyes! I will document that I did indeed feel movement twice at 13 weeks because I knwo my body well enough to know that's what it was! Incredible!
I am 14 weeks pregnant. This is my 3rd successful pregnancy so far. I have been feeling some fluttering too real low in my tummy, just above the pubic hairline. I have been prego before and I know what it feels like. Most say they don't feel anything for 16-20 weeks. I know this isn't gas but my baby.
i am glad y'all posted b/c at 13 wks i also felt movement. i have a ds so also know how the early flutters feel. i usually experience mine when i lay on my side, i think it is b/c i am relaxed enough to pay attention. at first i thought no way but i feel it about 3x's/wk. i am 15wks today.
I thought I was being silly last night myself when I felt the fluttering in my lower belly as well, then it happened a few more times when I shifted positions and that's when I knew it was my baby. I'm excited, but still paranoid. I can't wait till the fiancee' can feel the baby move!
I really wish I could feel my baby move. I am almost 20 weeks and haven't felt anything. I heard a strong, healthy heart beat the other day though. So, for those of you who it takes longer to feel movement, don't worry.
Wow how exciting. I'm jealous ;)
I'm 18 weeks and haven't felt anything yet. I can't wait to feel the baby this will put my mind at ease. I'm
thinking about getting a doppler but feel like a paranoid freak to ask my dr for one. I see the dr on the 7th hope I fell something before then.
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