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    Ill be 17 weeks exactly tomorrow and have been feeling little faint jabs in the last few days. When I lay on my back and put my hands on the small bump, wasn't sure at first but now I'm positive it has to be something, it's happening all too often now!

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    around 19-20 weeks with my first, around 15-16 with the second, 14 with my third

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    DS1 I felt flutters at 15 weeks
    DS2 I felt flutters at 11 weeks
    Feels kinda like butterflies those first flutters.

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    I just felt my first little kick today very gentle but was definately a kick I am almost 16 weeks.

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    DD1 - 19 weeks before i felt anything
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    This one - I felt the first tiny flutters at 15 weeks

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    This is my first bub, i could feel him/her from 10 weeks onwards. Getting stronger and stronger kicks every day. Im 24 weeks now and the kicks are so strong they can wake me out of a deep sleep. I got kicked so hard in the bladder the other day at work that i almost wet myself - lol!

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    Thanks for all your replies. I found out yesterday that I have an anterior placenta so that explains why I don't feel anything yet! Bub is perfect though so all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyMac View Post
    Thanks for all your replies. I found out yesterday that I have an anterior placenta so that explains why I don't feel anything yet! Bub is perfect though so all good!
    Great to hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyMac View Post
    Thanks for all your replies. I found out yesterday that I have an anterior placenta so that explains why I don't feel anything yet! Bub is perfect though so all good!
    Good to hear all is well! And at least you have a reason for not feeling movements.

    I still don't think I've felt any flutters, but the other day I felt what I'm sure was a little poke/kick, not a lot since though, but scan the other day showed bub healthy.


 

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