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    Default belly moving at 11 weeks... is that even possible?

    So a few times over weekend I felt like I felt a kick, but knew I'm too early so dismissed it... But I honestly just saw my whole belly contort like it used to around 20wks onwards with my last pregnancy.

    Has this ever happened to anyone else? Seriously shocked. How is bubs even big enough to reach edges of uterus yet?

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    It seems very unlikely. Are you sure it's not gas?

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    Making my whole belly rise up on one side and dip down on the other? It was honestly surreal. Dunno, maybe there's a club meeting going on in there...?

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    Can't see how it would be possible at 11 weeks. Isn't the fetus under 5cm at that stage & uterus is around the top of pubic bone? Not sure what could cause it though

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    It couple be your stomach muscles spasming maybe.

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    This has happened to me before when I wasn't even pregnant - totally freaked me out hehe

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    Sounds like braxton hicks, your uterus is contracting.

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    When I was about 13 weeks, I'd wake up with my bump on one side, and another morning my bump would be more to the other side. I have pics. My ob said it was probably my uterus moving


 

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