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When did you first feel quickening/fluttering?
Just for fun, when was the earliest in any pregnancy that you felt quickening or fluttering? (I know all of my pregnancies were different, but I never had a calm baby--they all moved fairly early and kept on moving!)

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1. 7-8 weeks

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2. 9-10 weeks

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3. 11-12 weeks

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4. 13-14 weeks

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5. 15-16 weeks

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6. after 16 weeks

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7. I never felt quickening- only kicking later on in the pregnancy
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218870 tn?1240259255
I felt it very clearly at 13w 2d. but then did not feel it again until mid 15th week.
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883151 tn?1245518109
All mine were different. My first was not til I was like 5 or 6 months, real late. WIth my second i thik it was around 20 weeks, and with my current pregnancy it was really early, compared to when doctors say you should start feeling baby move. It was like 13 weeks i think. Just tiny little flutters. Not actual kicksing until some time last month. I wrote a journal about when I started feeling strong kicking but I can't remember the actual date.
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287071 tn?1365196113
At 10 weeks we had a u/s that showed the baby "dancing up a storm" to quote the ultra sound technician...  I was amazed that that was going on inside me and I could feel NOTHING!!
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171768 tn?1324233699
first baby- 15 weeks
2nd baby- 12 weeks
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Thanks everyone for the responses! I think the earliest I thought I felt it was close to 11 weeks, although in my first pregnancy, I had no clue what to look for and I didn't really feel any movement until at least 17 weeks.
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