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Is this your first pregnancy? I didn't feel my first one move until 21 weeks. Usually it happens later with your first. I wouldn't worry about your sickness ended either. This is usually the time that ends too. I know its hard not to worry when you don't know what's going on but I'm sure things are just fine.
with my first, I didn't feel him until 20 weeks. I had 0 symptoms from conception to delivery lol, and he was a very healthy baby. two weeks late, had to induce, but my body didn't know it was time to have the baby. no worries, okay, all it does is stress you andyour baby out.
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