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    Is there anyway u could be having the flutters but not feel them because u walking around or doing slot of physical work? Or is it definatly noticeable? I'm only 15 weeks now though.

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    My first i felt movement about 20 weeks but this pregnancy i starting feeling little movements about 18 weeks and now there strong kicks at 23 weeks.

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    Hi KellyMac. We're at the same stage. I'm really checking each night when lying flat in bed concentrating to see if I can feel something. I'm not yet confident I've felt anything, so hard to tell. But I've also been told early flutters can be anywhere between 16-20weeks. Also depends how much weight you're carrying (in my case a fair bit). I've also had someone else say they didn't feel anything until about 22weeks. Everyone is different of course.

    But I too am hanging out for feeling those regular movements!!

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    I was about 15 or 16 weeks. Felt like little muscle spasms in my tummy

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    I was almost 22 weeks before I realised the fluttery feelings I'd been having were actually baby movements rather than gas! It's so hard to tell with your first, try to be patient and you'll soon know for sure when it's happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by annablam View Post
    I was almost 22 weeks before I realised the fluttery feelings I'd been having were actually baby movements rather than gas! It's so hard to tell with your first, try to be patient and you'll soon know for sure when it's happening
    Agree completely I was 23 weeks. Even told my ob about my "wind" issues. Such an idiot. This time round felt movements at 19wks. Both times an anterior placenta

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    17 weeks but not consistently til about 23 weeks, posterior placenta

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    At 20weeks I knew I could feel movement and then realised that I really had been feeling very subtle movements from about 16 weeks. Wasn't certain till 20 though. I wouldn't worry there are no set timeframes to these things everyone has such different experiences.

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    This is my 4th baby and I have only noticed the last few days the little pokes and twitches. I will be 18 weeks tomorrow.

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    I felt them from about 16 weeks, very faint, like gas. At 21 weeks I hadn't felt anything for a while and went in to the hospital - they told me it'd be unusual to feel much at that point and I was strange for having felt movement regularly for ages! So I wouldn't worry too much.

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