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Any mums of twins out there?

(12 Posts)
NinjaPanda34 Fri 08-Aug-14 10:27:58

Hey, I'm 13 weeks with dcda twins. When did you first feel movement? Just thinking, there's two in there so I might feel it earlier than if it was just one?
Thanks

Grokette Fri 08-Aug-14 10:39:10

I have twin girls who are almost three. IIRC I felt movement around 15 weeks. And there was a definite sensation of two sets of feet in different spots, one lot under my ribs and one down near my belly button.

Congratulations flowers

arghhelpme Fri 08-Aug-14 11:27:42

I have felt movement from about 15/16 weeks.

littleomar Fri 08-Aug-14 11:34:05

14 weeks but around 20 before I could tell which was which

LilyandGinger Fri 08-Aug-14 11:41:46

I think you should feel them (and their little rugby boots soon). Wait till you get all 8 little limbs going at once!

On and if you haven't already start picking up some maternity clothes - I needed them at 15 weeks.

Also (advice I always give) go introduce your self at your local twins club if you have one.

harrygracejessica Fri 08-Aug-14 12:52:21

First set was about 15/16 weeks, 2 nd set 12 weeks x

slightlyinsane Fri 08-Aug-14 14:37:14

About 20wks, I had an anterior placenta

slightlyinsane Fri 08-Aug-14 14:38:18

Stupid phone. I was surprised it took that long

slightlyinsane Fri 08-Aug-14 14:40:21

My phone is on a final warning. I was surprised it took that long especially considering I felt my 3 singletons at 16 ish wks. Everything was fine as I was having fortnightly scans. Don't be alarmed if it takes a while

13 weeks, wiggling sensations that got stronger and stronger.

It is the oddest sensation when the squirm at the same time!

HappyAsASandboy Fri 08-Aug-14 15:43:33

About 23 weeks for me. I had an anterior placenta.

scater Fri 08-Aug-14 15:44:27

14 weeks for me, it's great especially later on when you work out where they aresmile

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