Hi i just found out im pregnant again. My first day of my last period was 29th dec which would make me 5 weeks 4 days but i can feel fluttering. I know what im feeling this is my 4th pregnancy. Is it possible im further along than i "am" surely its impossible to feel anything this soon??
You may be further along. I'm pregnant with my 4th also & didn't feel anything until 12-13 weeks & very faint then. Baby can't even move around @ 5 weeks. It's just a blob. Also in the beginning you can be very gassy & that also feels like movement sometimes.
Maybe. But i havent felt movements this early with my other children. My first about 20 weeks, 2nd abot 16 weeks and 3rd about 13 weeks. Thats why im wondering if its possible to be further than my last period suggests i am?
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