Im 13+1 with my second. iv been kinda feeling random movements for the past week and some but its one day then not for a few days. one day then not again. with my son i didnt get flutters it was a hard kick at 16 weeks. so is this normal?
Im 15 weeks today with my second and still havent felt anything. Didnt feel anything with my first until well after 20 weeks. I wouldnt worry if its sporadic at this stage since many dont feel anything.
Mines been the same. Had some rather obvious movements at 14 weeks then nothing for nearly a week then baby started up again. Asked midwife at 16 week appt and she said that its normal as baby has so many places to hide at the moment that she might be doing the tango and I wouldn't know. Usually I feel baby in the evening as I'm falling asleep. They'll make themselves known again soon xx
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