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When did everyone first feel baby move on there 2nd pregnancy?

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Rachswift Fri 21-Feb-14 09:50:29

This might sound silly!
I'm 7 weeks on Monday this is my 2nd baby and I'm sure I keep feeling a little flutter now and again don't know if it's just my imagination or gas!
But it's the kind of feeling I got when I was 15weeks with my first doesn't happen quite as often but defo feel something.
Has anyone else experienced this?

blushingmare Fri 21-Feb-14 11:39:10

I've had terrible wind in both pregnancies blush so could never be certain what I was feeling was baby and not my overactive bowels! I was sure it was baby at 24 ish weeks with DC1 and 18 weeks with this pregnancy. 7 weeks sounds very early and I'd be inclined to say wind, but you never know!

Droflove Fri 21-Feb-14 12:35:42

I felt it this time at 11.5, no doubt. But at 7 weeks, does baby even have arms/legs yet? That will tell you if you felt it or just wind I think. Wait, I'll check....

I dont think so OP, it barely has paddles at this point and is still an embryo....

Refoca Sat 22-Feb-14 09:04:05

I'm in same boat, regular localised rumbling/fluttering and only 7-8weeks when it started (a week on and it's still happening a few times most days). From everything I've read...the medical community say it's stretching (round ligament?) or there's a theory around fibroids, but there's also enough random forum posts that we're not alone believing it may be wriggles we're feeling :-)

Even though I know it's unlikely to be anything more exciting than ligaments stretching, I still find it reassuring.

Hope we both have happy & healthy pregnancies.

LST Sat 22-Feb-14 09:09:26

18 weeks with 1st
16 weeks with 2nd

Misty9 Sat 22-Feb-14 16:45:36

21wks with first, 14wks with this one. But pretty sure I too felt fluttering from 9wks with this one. Anterior placenta both times.

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