I am 21 weeks and I still have not felt the baby move. Sometimes i think i do but just assume its gas. I know the baby is fine I seen her move in the ultrasound last week and I get ultrasound every 2 weeks but is this normal?
Anywhere from 20-24 weeks for FTM mom's is normal to start feeling the baby. If the baby isn't hitting the placenta you won't fill them. It's like a swimming pool; you can swim around inside but if you don't touch the pool itself the pool wouldn't be able to feel it.
What is FTM? but my mom said because i had gastric bypass and i have no gallblatter she may have more room to move around and in all of the US her feet are tucked under her butt. Most people can not even tell im 5 months i just look like i gained a little bit of weight
FTM means first time mom. I had no gallbladder and felt my baby at 15 weeks for the first time, every pregnancy is different! But if your baby kicks and punches inwards instead of out it can also be harder to feel. I wouldn't worry at all! Some women don't even feel good movement until 30 weeks.
If this is your first baby then it may be just you not knowing what you are feeling. It took me a while with my first bc i didnt know what it felt like. But it does feel like gas a lot until later on in the pregnancy. I could feel this baby at 16 weeks only bc i felt it before and have to concentrate on it bc it is real faint. I wouldnt worry too much about it untillater on in the pregnancy when there is no mistaken what you are feeling. But why are you getting ultrasound every 2 weeks unless you are at risk that is a whole lot
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