around that tome i only had slight cramping like stretching with like little tickles or something but obviously it's not the baby.. it's WAY too small.. I'm 14 weeks and 4 days now and I believe I have felt the baby ONCE...I dont know just maybe changes going on in your body or a mind over matter thing or who knows:s
I agree with the previous posts, it is gas you are feeling. The baby is so small right now, that it can't even be seen on an U/S so there isn't anyway you could be feeling it. With my 1st daughter I was about 20 weeks before I felt movement, 15 weeks with my 2nd, and this baby I've felt moving since about week 13.
I started feeling flutters as well, but I thought it was from taking progesterone, estrace, and progesterone troche. I also underwent IVF treatment, so I think I figured it was a mixture of everything. I'm 8W today!
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