I have been feeling some very slight twinges down there! I know it's exactly where the babys are because of the ultrasound last week they put the wand right in the same spot where I feel flutters. It's not strong at all, and can't be felt on the outside yet. But I do definitely feel some very faint fluttering on the inside. They say movements aren't usually felt until the 15th week, but can be sooner if you've had a child previously and know what to look for.
(13 weeks today)
*cheers to the second trimester* WooHoo
I am 14 weeks and 3 days and am not sure if I have felt anything. I'm trying!! This is my first baby so not totally sure what to be feeling for. I thought I felt something a few days ago but I think it was just bubbles after my big meal :)
I'm 14 week and 5 days. I'm not sure what I've been feeling and I've had children before. I felt and occassional "pop" feeling...I can't even really begin to describe . I've wondered if this could be baby or something else.....But I'm reading you can feel baby movements about week 17 to 20, so i doubt that it's baby.
hey i saw you post on my one in the pregnancy fomum. I am sure i am feeling the baby moving occasionly. i felt it last night and two days ago. I brushed it off the first time but when i felt it again i thought i was going crazy. its very exciting. O and a big CONGRATULATIONS for entering the second trimester
I've been feeling it for a week. My ob said it's normal to feel the baby earlier if this isn't your first pregnancy. It's just little flutters and I don't feel it every day. When it starts moving around I get the doppler and follow it back and forth across my tummy it goes from the middle to the right side and back.
I'm pretty sure that I have been feeling very infrequent movments. Ie. a bubbling feeling in my lower abdomid which kind of freaked me out at first, but then once I started reading some people's post I found out that it was normal. However, this is my first baby and I am only between 13 & 14wks, so I could be wrong with what I'm feeling.
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