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I m 23 weeks pregnant n still don't feel baby moments.
It's my first pregnancy n I m 23 weeks pregnant. I still don't feel the movement inside womb. My all the test are normal, according to online research people start feeling movement from 16 week.
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Is this your first pregnacy?
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Yes
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It's harder to feel amd can take longer to feel. I didn't start feeling till 20ish weeks with.first and now with my second i can already feel at14. Every baby/body/pregnancy is completely different...most things are just guidelines and the average but don't freak out if your not on the average...totallynormal(:
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Thanks:) awaiting to feel so.
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I didn't feel my first baby move that I was aware of (maybe I did and didn't realize what it was) until he was 20 weeks.  It felt like little flutters within.  And then all of a sudden, he switched positions and the whole belly just rolled to the other side.  Freaky!  No kicks or things like that but definitely little soft flutters.  Feeling anything like that at all?
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Sometimes I feel butterflies in my stomach. Is this the same feeling? I couldn't distinguish it.
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Most likely it is!!!!!
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