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    Default For those with more than1: How far along were u when u were sure u felt bubs?

    Esp those who have had more than 1?

    Im 10.5 weeks and im sure i felt little very light tickles at 8 weeks and that im feeling them now. Ive been told its not possible but im not so sure.

    This is my second and i know what it feels like so just curious?


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    I was just shy of 12 weeks when I felt dd (2nd). My midwife said it's possible but Ob told me it's all in my head.

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    I was 14 weeks when i 100% felt my first, it kept getting stronger (the tickles) then progressed into little kicks etc

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    I felt dd before I even knew I was pregnant at around 12 weeks. Though I had only just had ds who was 4 months old so I was pretty tuned in to how it felt.

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    13 weeks I felt that no mistaking it 'bellyflop' onto my pelvic floor. He's a very muscular baby and at 4 months I get lots of comments on how strong his legs are. Anything before that I'd dismissed as wind. Didn't feel anything with my 1st til 17-18 weeks.

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    I'm convinced I was feeling movements at 10 weeks. It was after 20 weeks with my first.


 

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