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18 weeks and 6 days

18 weeks and 6 days pregnant.  Not felt baby kick yet. How long will I have to wait ?
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973741 tn?1342342773
With my first pregnancy, I felt baby move at 20 weeks.  I probably felt it earlier than that but didn't realize what it was.  I never had kicks like people talk about.  Just flutters and then shifting of baby from one side to the other which was like a big lump rolling over in my belly.  :>)  You'll feel it really soon and it will be amazing!!  
Ok I still have time.  I really can't wait to feel something
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I  felt  baby kicks  in 19 weeks  pregency  .do not worry  .you wil feel it soon
Hopefully I will feel something this week!
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Sleeping on your left side is  also  very  healthy for  baby . Then baby wil  move  faster .
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No word of a lie ladies. We are over the moon. About 5 mins ago my partner and I were looking at my belly as we usually do and boom we both saw a kick/punch !!!!
We were both completely in shock and in awe and in love !!!
We managed to capture some more movements  on video too. This we will treasure forever.
19 weeks and 3 days !!! Amazing! !!!
Thankyou ladies xxxx
ahhh, that is the most glorious moment, isn't it?  Congrats!!  So awesome and enjoy every minute of it!
4769306 tn?1568490209
I cannot wait to feel movement like this. I felt him at 18 weeks and haven't since.I have a friend that didn't fel her baby regularly until 23 1/2 weeks. Im currently 20+1 so hopefully things will pickup for me soon. But I've read that Dr isn't concerned until about 28weeks if no movement is felt because this is when they have us start counting the babies movements/kicks. Congrats I know that was such an epic moment for you guys. :-)
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