When should my husband be able to feel the baby move? I can yell he really wants to feel the baby. Im 19+3 and I feel flutters and sometimes they are more like thumps. So I can tell they are getting more prominate.
My uterus is tilted to, it shouldnt effect feeling the baby tho. Normally any time around 20+ weeks the baby can kick hard enough to be felt on the outside. However the position of the placenta does make a diffrence, with my 7yr old my plactenta was in the front so when he kicked it absorbed most of the impact and I didnt feel alot, but if the placenta isnt in front you should be feeling it very soon.
During my anatomy scan I was told the thicker side of my uterus was in front. They told me it would take longer for me to really feel any kicks. I'm 26 weeks now ans hubby just started to be able to feel them a couple weeks ago. She has great aim at my bladder....
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