Im not sure that at 11 weeks you are feeling fluttering, but possibly. My flutters felt like a feather or something brushing on the inside of my lower stomach, or almost a ball moving around in there.....not too noticeable, but there.
I didnt start feeling mine until a couple of days ago and I am 19w1d.
i didnt feel anything in my stomach. i just felt bloating, stomach pain, gas, severe acdity, contstipation. i started feel my baby when i was 17th week. i read somewehre u can feel ur baby like stucked gas bubble in 3rd month.
I'm 18 1/2 weeks and about 2 weeks ago I noticed the "flutters" every now and then, but that's it. It kinda of feels like the butterfly feeling. Or like when you are on a rollercoaster and your stomach kinda drops, but the feeling of the baby for me only last like a second or 2. It's hard to explain but I think you'll know when it's the baby - that's what everyone has told me.
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