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Hello ladies! 16 weeks 4 days here however, no movement and minus my belly being bigger and my boobs I don't feel pregnant. Have had a terrible Time getting pregnant and have miscarried several times Sooo just looking to see if anyone else feels this way, or if it's normal to not really feel anything !?! Anything helps, thanks in advance!
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Most of the time you don't start to feel baby move till around 20 weeks but i am 33 weeks and other then the big belly sometimes I forget she is in there in the a.m till she starts to move around. Lol
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Some women don't ever have symptoms. I am not that lucky. But some are.
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I'm 15 weeks and 3 days this is actually my second pregnancy the first one ended in a stillborn at 22 weeks., so I'm very nervous about this one!! I don't even know how it feels for a baby to move around in the tummy , but so far I don't think I felt any movements..
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I'm so sorry to read about you losing your baby. I am praying for you. Have you had ultrasounds done? I would make them check all the time. You can go to the ER and have them do a ultrasound. I went in at 19 weeks and just told them that I was worried and wanted them to check and they did. I hope the best for you and your baby.
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Thank you all. I have an appointment coming up, just super anxious I guess
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Not everyone has symptoms. Im on my countdown to meet babba now, but I didnt have any symptoms bar boobs being sore and tiredness at the start. Dont panic. Some people feel baby move earlier than others. I felt kicks around 15/16wks, my friend however didnt feel anything til she was 25 wks. Try not to worry, it only adds stress. But if you are concerned, speak to your MW, they can use sonicaid to listen to babys HB at every appt! You can go for US if you're really worried. Hope all goes well.

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