As stated above, not possible. You have to think of how tiny the baby inside of you actually is. Most don't feel it till week 15+ if you're a first time mom. Some feel it sooner if they've had multiple kids.
No, not possible. Maybe it's gas or muscle twitches. I used to get those and they feel like movement. I agree with the above poster. The baby is so tiny plus, I don't think they move until about 8 weeks anyway.
Like marie1210 said they don't even move their arms or legs or anything that early. Most of the time people who are in really early pregnancy or not even pregnant think they are feeling movements when in reality its gas bubbles or ligaments stretch and moving. It isn't baby this early. I was only 98 lbs when I got pregnant the first time and even then I didn't start feel anything until like 14 weeks.
I don't think so either...May be what you feel is your uterus.... It may sound crazy but the doc told me that my uterus moves...LOL. My third pregnancy I swore I was feeling my baby... After the Doc told me my uterus moves... I felt it again... and laughed cause it felt like a real kick. Then I said....Awww my uterus kicked... It must have liked the movie we were watching...LOL.... Give it a couple more months...
I dont think so.... With my first, my DS I didnt feel flutters until I was about 14 weeks and didnt feel anything else until 17+ weeks.
I am 14 weeks now and have just started to feel flutters. However with with both pregnancies what I was feeling was confirmed by my dr.
This baby is on my left side, tucked right into it and very active. I am not by any means feeling kicks, punches or turns just the odd little `brush` flutter.
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