Im a ftm and felt my daughters first real kick at 21 weeks. Its different for everyone. My doc said it could be anywhere from 18-24 weeks. And we found out gender at 20 weeks. Call your doctors office and see if they scheduled your anatomy scan, if not ask them too.
You should have felt baby move by now I would think. Did you have an antomy scan at 20 weeks? They can tell you the sex then but you may have to ask. I had to because she went straight past the genitals and wasn't going to tell us.
I felt my little one move at 16 weeks. The doctor thought I was wrong but it was the first kick for sure. Just goes to show everyone is different. Remember there are ladys who don't even know there pregnant till the labor, guess they didn't feel kicks.
Every pregnancy n baby are different I started feeling kicks like at 16 or 17 weeks then a period where I didn't feel not one kick til like 21 weeks I was nervous but I think maybe that's some kind if growth spurt time or something now I'm 33 and turns out he's really a calm baby in there he doesn't kick very hard just moves a lot but no really hard kicks like my other kids did
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