How far along are you now? A lot of women feel their baby much sooner the second time around since they know what to feel for. This is my second baby and I swear I started feeling flutters at 11 or 12 weeks.
The average time for feeling distinct movements is probably about 16 weeks. Some women feel it earlier, some later,
Its common for women having second and subsequent babies to perceive movements sooner than they did in the first pregnancy.
Feeling fetal movements is very subjective. We've had many ladies here swear they feel fetal movements and they wind up not to even be pregnant. So don't go by that--if you think you are pregnant, take a test.
my name is nikki. i haev a 1yr old little boy, and i dont remember feelign flutter real early...but im currently pregnanct with my second, im 12 weeks and im just curious can you feel flutters from your baby's movement at 12 weeks or is it gas? any info would be nice...thank you (:
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