With my first I felt them around 13-14 weeks, with my second around 10-11 weeks and with this pregnancy, I am almost 10 weeks and I think I have felt a couple of flutters. It's different for everyone. :)
I felt it early around 11 weeks too. Lots of people said that wasn't possible but I know it was the baby. The feeling continued for weeks and then turned into kicks. I never had a "flutter" feeling. It was always more pronounced...like someone touching you lightly. I think it just depends on your body type and where the baby is hanging out.
I started feeling flutters with my first child when I was about 16 weeks.. But a friend of mine started feeling hers flutter at like 11 weeks, & it's her first child. it's different, & really no one can tell you if its the baby or gas, because your the one feeling it, so if you feel like that's what it is, then it probably is. :) best of luck to you!
around 11 weeks or so I felt a little flutter too with my first. It didn't happen again until 17 weeks. Only you can really know what it is. For me, it felt distinctively different that anything I have ever felt before. Some women are more sensitive in that area than others. For example, some women can feel ovulation while others can not. Enjoy your blessing!
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