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Its highly unlikely that your feeling baby that early especially if its your first pregnancy. You shouldn't feel movement til around 20wks. Flutters usually start around 16wks. You get more sensitive to movement with each pregnancy. What you probably felt is gas bubbles.
Sometimes u may feel the baby move when in reality its not the baby its gas theres no way u will ever feel a baby move in 10 weeks or 13 weeks babies movements are felt by the 19 week and if lucky the earliest is 17 i have 6 children and ive been really thin wich should be much easier to feel and at one point thought it was the baby and asked my doctors and 2 of laughed and said it was gas bubling in your belly making it feel like the babys moving
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