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baby flutters?

This might be a weird and funny question but... ive heard ppl say they felt their baby move or flutter very early on like 11 weeks.how do you know if its your baby or gas bubbles? Im 13 weeks now and was just wondering how you are supposed to tell the difference between the two?!
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I did at 11weeks this time. But kvetch never felt gas bubbles in my life So I def knew the difference..
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U r so lucky lol!!
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Isnt it way to early to feel it at 11 wks
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I have no idea. Ppl on here have said that.. some have said 10 weeks. Im 13 weeks and have no idea what to expect it to feel like so im just curious.
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It all depends on if u had a child before you learned to know the difference...
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15 weeks is probably the earliest you could feel the baby. It's just not big enough before then for you to feel. It's gas or food moving otherwise. Even if you never felt gas bubbles before, you could feel those now that you're pregnant.  Some ladies don't feel movement until after 20 weeks.
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If you have been pregnant before u will know the difference and can feel the baby move sooner then a ftm. I was around 13 weeks when i started feeling my baby bu its my 3rd pregnancy
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I felt my baby at 11 weeks too. I am pregnant with my third boy. I knew I wasn't crazy bc I went to the doctor's and we saw him moving like crazy on the  Ultrasound at the exact time I was feeling it...
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FTM and didn't feel anything until 14 weeks and it was like once or twice, and mine always felt like a muscle twitching until I hit like 30 weeks.
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I felt my daughter at 14 weeks. I'm already a mommy so I know the difference I haven't felt it sooner than that they say the baby is too small.
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