Hey everyone! So im just wondering about movement at this stage this is my 3rd pregnancy but its been 4 years since my youngest and i think im feeling movement sometimes but not positive and i have not heard the baby's heart beat yet because at my last doc appt the doppler wasnt working :( so im stressing a little about movement and thinking since this is my 3rd i should be feeling movement that im positive is the baby! What do think or any advice that would help would be great thanks!!
Not necessarily. You could have been pregnant a dozen times, it doesn't mean you'll feel movement sooner. Even in a female on her second, third or more pregnancies she might not ever feel early movement. The babies position, the placental position, your weight... They all influence it.
I felt it early with my 3rd at about 14-15 weeks. Now I'm 22 weeks with my 4th & didn't feel anything until 18 weeks & just now feeling them consistantly. He likes to face my back so I didn't feel kicks but more rolling around.
I felt my 2nd at 14 weeks anxious didn't quite believe it until it just never stopped and only got stronger. And my midwife said it was more than likely the baby moving. So I bet it is:) I'm 11 weeks with my 3rd and excited for the first movements I get to feel!!
Im 13+3 with my first and last night i felt a pronounced twitch on the.left side of my belly button where i think the baby has decided to be it was just once last night so cant figure out if it was random or ill be feeling the baby soon
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