im 19 weeks 5 days and havent felt one flutter yet today at all.....,should i be worried? i havent cramped or bled at all...i feel fine i have some pain on my right side but i think its just stretching?
I never really even felt flutters or anything. I started feeling my baby actually move at about 21 weeks. Give it time, I am sure everything is okay. You should really stop worrying so much, the risk of anything happening at 19 weeks is super low.
I just started feeling my baby about a week ago and two days ago he just stopped moving but by bed time he let me know he was still there. I think early on its normal to feel them off and on, its only a lot later that you have to start worrying and even then only if its been a few days I think. I wouldn't stress about it.
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