Can you become pregnant after a tubal seven years ago. I feel quickening or baby movement. I am 35 years old and I had a normal period on Sept 6th, but I skipped Oct. Had what I thought was a period on Nov. 1st. I have took 4 urine test and all came back neg. I am going to my ob/gyn on Dec. 27th. Have anyone experience this?
Most women don't feel fetal movement until about 16-24 weeks gestation and a home pregnant test will detect pregnancy at this point if performed correctly. If the tests you took were taken recently then you are not pregnant. I agree with mstanfordm42's comment that gas can often be mistaken for quickening.
The irregularity of your periods could be due to a number of things. Perimenopause is a possibility too.
This is a pattern movement,gas does not come in a pattern and besides I have had 2 children, so this is not the first for me. I would just see what the dr finds out. I will keep you all posted. Thanks for the advice.
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