Babies moving

(13 Posts)

I think I can feel them around about now - 17 weeks

Franykins Tue 23-Jul-13 09:37:29

The sonographer said both my placentas are posterior so guess that's why I felt them earlier. This morning, at 21+3 I had a hard kick this morning that made me jump, cue strange look from DP, when I said one of the babies kicked me hard he just smiled.

Linguaphile Mon 15-Jul-13 18:41:36

17 weeks for me.

Franykins Mon 15-Jul-13 11:00:56

I felt them first at about 14/15 weeks, just little flutterings at first but now getting soft kicks at 20+3 smile I have no idea where their placentas are though, no one has ever said so I guess they aren't anterior, will ask at my scan on Friday.

Schumann Thu 11-Jul-13 21:13:49

Thanks everyone. Hadn't thought about the fact there's 2 placentas in there (it's hard enough getting my head around there being 2 babies) !!

BibbityBotBot Thu 11-Jul-13 19:56:34

I felt my singleton at around 18 weeks but my twins at 14. Not sure if I noticed it earlier as I knew how it felt second time around.

HappyAsASandboy Thu 11-Jul-13 17:13:23

At about 22 weeks for me. Both placentas were anterior.

HappyAsASandboy Thu 11-Jul-13 17:07:46

At about 22 weeks for me. Both placentas were anterior.

MultipleMama Thu 11-Jul-13 16:57:59

Nothing until about 17 weeks.

KnackeredCow Thu 11-Jul-13 16:30:56

One placenta was anterior for me too. Felt them for the first time at 20+1. The day after the sonographer doing my 20 week scan said: "you should start feeling them any day now". grin

Cornwall73 Thu 11-Jul-13 15:16:29

I had anterior placenta and didn't feel anything until 19 weeks.

Congratulations smile

I could feeling tingling and popping sensations from about 12 weeks, thought I was imagining it but they got stronger and stronger as the weeks went by.

Schumann Thu 11-Jul-13 14:06:56

Hi. I'm 12 weeks with twins and just wondering when I might expect to feel them moving, compared to single pregnancy.
When did you all first feel them?

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