You usually feel movement at around 18-20 weeks you can feel it before this but just kinda feels like a flutter and is hard to pen point. I really could tell that it was baby and not just gas lol around 21 weeks. Good luck this is a special time that you will never forget I would weight to have others feel tell around 25-30 just to make sure they really feel it. That would frustrate my husband I was like cant you feel that he was no no no. Good luck and god bless....
Kicks and movement can be very different. I felt movement or "flutters" or a bubble sensation (that I know wasn't gas) at 13 weeks. This was proven by ultrasound and heart doppler. Kicks can take a while. Sometimes people feel them as early as 15/16 weeks in their first pregnancy. I'm almost 15 weeks and I'm pretty sure I felt a good solid kick earlier this week. But with my first I was closer to 17 weeks.
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