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When did you feel your baby moving the first time?

(11 Posts)
Sandra2011 Wed 24-Aug-11 16:01:38

In my first pregnancy this happened at 18 weeks.

Now I'm 13 weeks and I felt something today...

Is it possible to feel baby so early? Or is it just my imagination?

cadifflur Wed 24-Aug-11 16:13:33

About 16 weeks with DS, but much earlier with DD as 2nd time I think you know those little flutterings that barely feel like anything actually are your baby smile enjoy!

Crosshair Wed 24-Aug-11 16:24:55

19 weeks.

ToriaPumpkinPasty Wed 24-Aug-11 17:35:52

15+0 and this is my first. Everybody told me I was imagining things!

PaulaYatesBiggesFan Wed 24-Aug-11 17:38:14

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AlpinePony Wed 24-Aug-11 17:46:00

Sandra, I'm glad you said this as I've been wondering whether to start a thread or not.

First one at 17 +5.

This one... Um first movement at bang on 13. I'm now 14+3 and feel it probably every other day.

I have an anterior Placenta this time so wasn't expecting it, but it's such a unique feeling - you know what it is. :/

iklboo Wed 24-Aug-11 18:06:13

In the middle of Batman Begins. I was about 17 -18 weeks.

diedandgonetodevon Wed 24-Aug-11 18:08:33

My 1st was vague flutterings about 17/18 weeks. With number two it was around 14-ish weeks and now at 16 weeks they are definite kicks.

hairylights Wed 24-Aug-11 18:28:04

I am pregnant with my first. I had flutters from week 13/14. They becMe more defined movements at about 16/17 weks.

Woodifer Wed 24-Aug-11 19:30:32

oh just to be on the other end of the spectrum not til 22 weeks indefinitely, and 24 weeks for sure (do have anterior placenta) and it is my first.

Dutchie77 Wed 24-Aug-11 19:40:49

Hi Sandra! I felt something at 13 weeks as well. So it is possible I suppose. Trust what you feel, that's all I can say. From week 15 on I felt movement everyday. But now it's really kicking hard!

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