Hi ladies! I am now 10w5d pregnant with baby #2. The last 2 nights when I lay in bed I have felt little fluttering movements down in my lower right abdomen, where they always do my u/s. I was wondering if I could already be feeling my little one move. It doesn't feel like gas because I have had bad gas and constipation since I got pregnant, it feels like my little one moving around. Maybe I'm just crazy, but wondering if it's possible.
I'm not sure, but I have read that if you were pregnant before then you likely can notice fluttering early on compared to a 1st pregnancy. This is my 1st baby and earlier I was unsure if it was fluttering or just pregnancy symptoms like integestion, but since week 19 it definetely feels like the baby. I'm now in week 25 and baby is kicking a lot!
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