Is it normal to see a baby kick on ultrasound at 13 weeks??
I saw my first ultrasound the other day. According to my last period, I am 13 weeks. I had a pelvic exam before the ultrasound and she said my uterus felt right about 13 weeks. But on the ultrasound, I saw the baby kick its legs. Is that normal at 13 weeks?? I didn't feel anything, but saw it. If I'm further along than 13 weeks, i have to be about 19 weeks because I wasn't sexually active in between that time... Am I just paranoid, or do you think I'm further along than the doctor thinks??
P.s, please no judgemental answers, this is my first time ever being pregnant so this is all new to me.
Oh my god, thank you all so much, I've been freaking out!! My boyfriend's mother is in the other room right now saying how its too early to see a baby kick as we speak.. anyone else have trouble with mother in laws?? lol.
Its pretty normal.... I had my 12w scan yesterday.. And nurse told me that baby is very active as he was kicking and bouncing inside... According to my last period I was 12 w but after us nurse told me that I am 11w4d along I did not get that bcos I am 100% sure about my lmp .
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