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    Default When did you feel your baby move

    Hey hey, I am close to 15 weeks and last night while lying on the couch, I felt a "tickle" "flutter" sensation followed by that tummy flip feeling you get when going over a hill really quickly in your car... It happened so quickly that I am sure if I wasn't laying there rubbing my belly and thinking about bub, I doubt I would have noticed... I am convinced this must be the bub, but this is the furtherest I have ever gotten in a pregnancy, I was wondering if anyone else has felt it this early..?

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    I started feeling it regularly some where between 17 and 19 weeks. I probably felt it before then but because it wasn't an ongoing feeling so to speak I couldn't definitely say one way or the other what it was. Like you said it was there and then gone in an instant

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    I started getting flutters around 14/15 weeks I think but still unsure if it was gas.

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    Flutters from around 12 weeks, a sort of shuffling/rolling feeling from 14-15 weeks and big proper kicks around 18-20 weeks. I think the kicks took so long to feel because I had an anterior placenta with both kids.

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    I felt flutters from 14 weeks and proper kicks from about 18 weeks. I have an anterior placenta and sometimes she's not moving with enough force so it's like I'm back to flutters (which for me were definite movements but super light). This is also my first.


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    I suspect I might have felt flutters at 14-15 weeks but at the time I didn't know that that's what it was. Looking back now though I'm pretty sure it was.

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    I'm 16 wks 3 days and don't think I have felt anything :-/ should I be worried?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bon000000 View Post
    I'm 16 wks 3 days and don't think I have felt anything :-/ should I be worried?
    I didn't really feel definite movement until I was over 20 weeks with DD it's very common to feel it a bit later especially if it's your first

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    Im 23 weeks and still havent felt a distinct kick. There is some movement but its hard to tell sometimes if it baby or my bowels
    Which is odd because on the scans bubba doesnt stay still...she is a little acrobat. I have heard they move more when ur asleep

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    22 weeks, anterior placenta


 

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