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Flutter Stomach, kinda scared
So I've had a baby before, my daughter is almost a year old. And recently i've been really afraid that I could be pregnant. For the past few months actually. I haven't gained weight though, and my abdomen doesn't feel harder than normal. But I have swollen ankles, i feel extremely nausea sometimes, I get cold for no reason, i get random cravings, it's like all the things i had the first pregnancy, but no baby. I figured it was all in my head. I have had my periods. But tonight i'm sitting here and i feel the flutters. They aren't low, they are kind of in the middle. And i press my hand against them and it feels like something is kicking the heck out of my hand! What is it?! Is it just gas? I've NEVER had stomach bubbles like this before. Someone help. And quick! Thanks!
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I have been feeling this fluttering feeling now i think for a month, don't know what it is, have had three children, tubes tied will be 8 years in February, normal cycle, slight nausea, light headiness, no pain. I am 32 years old, drink sometimes. What is going on?
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Hello I have been having the same feelings flutters, little movements at times, nausea all of the above, I am going to see a GYN, the last time a felt this I was pregnant with my second child please let me know.  
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