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is it possible to feel flutters at 14 weeks?

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Rebecca1608 Sun 04-Jan-15 20:19:57

Because I'm sure I can. Only today. It's a weird sensation (first pregnancy- twin pregnancy) I feel like I'm being tickled on the inside. Did anyone else feel flutters early on? Or am I just hoping that's what they are.

WorraLiberty Sun 04-Jan-15 20:23:15

Yes, totally possible.

I wouldn't even say 14 weeks was particularly early to feel them

Enjoy! It's about the only thing I miss about pregnancy grin

Letmeeatcakecakecake Sun 04-Jan-15 20:23:37

I felt flutters from 16 weeks with my first and that was a single pregnancy, I read that with twins you usually feel earlier so they must be! Enjoy!

Micah Sun 04-Jan-15 20:24:07

Yes- I felt mine at 11/12 weeks.

It was definitely kicking and not wind, if I lay on my back you could see my stomach jump. Plus she kicked the scanner at her 12 week scan, saw the movement on screen and the scan thing jump, the sonographer commented.

Rebecca1608 Sun 04-Jan-15 20:27:03

Awww lovely. Thanks for your comments it's a lovely feeling and I'm glad it probably is flutters just didn't wanna get my hopes up. grin

KittyandTeal Sun 04-Jan-15 20:32:15

Yep. I felt dd at 12/13 weeks.

I've been feeling number 2 since 14 ish weeks and that's with an anterior placenta (can feel the flutter on the inside rather than the outside if that makes sense)

Rebecca1608 Sun 04-Jan-15 20:43:12

Yeah I know what you mean. I'm going to enjoy it while it lasts they'll both soon be kicking and punching me soon lol

NinjaPanda34 Sun 04-Jan-15 20:52:29

I felt from 14 weeks, but I'm having twins... grin

Meplusyouequals4 Sun 04-Jan-15 20:55:54

I felt at 11 weeks this pregnancy only very slight but was definitely kicks

Jaffakake Sun 04-Jan-15 20:57:29

First time around I used to feel swooshes like ds was happily swimming around. I think it's entirely possible.

ProcrastIWillFinishThisLater Sun 04-Jan-15 21:02:19

Yes, I started feeling that at 11 weeks with my first.

LittlePeasMummy1 Sun 04-Jan-15 21:09:39

I could feel at 13 weeks and by 17 weeks could see my stomach moving...this was with a singleton.

GlitzAndGigglesx Sun 04-Jan-15 21:10:54

I felt this at 15 weeks. Perfectly normal smile

luckythirteen Sun 04-Jan-15 21:12:33

OP I am also 14 weeks with twins and have been wondering the same this evening! Sitting with my feet up on the sofa I felt a strong popping sensation (a bit like popcorn) inside and wondered if it could be one of the babies moving.

FelineGroovy Sun 04-Jan-15 21:14:56

I felt DC2 at 14 weeks & DC3 about the same. DC1 much later, about 18 weeks. Enjoy, it's lovely!

BingBongMerrilyOnHigh Sun 04-Jan-15 21:20:47

Yes. I felt flutters from about 12 weeks. Absolutely certain it was, as I felt one at my 12 week scan & the lady doing the scan, confirmed DD was wiggling right then. She felt like a tiny butterfly. It was lovely. And DH could feel my tummy moving well before 20 weeks.

Showy Sun 04-Jan-15 21:27:19

I had an appointment at 14 weeks with ds and he kicked the midwife repeatedly. You could see my stomach jumping quite noticeably. DD I didn't feel until 17 weeks and it was a more traditional butterfly/popcorn popping type fluttering. DS was full on wriggling at 14 weeks and even the midwife commented on how active he was.

Rebecca1608 Sun 04-Jan-15 21:42:13

I'm trying to make it happen again but it seems to have stopped. Aww. What an amazing experience. I'm so glad it's happened tonight as the last couple of days have been pretty stressful. Over the moon. Thanks everyone for your comments. luckythirteen, nice one... It seems it probably was flowers

ProcrastIWillFinishThisLater Sun 04-Jan-15 23:23:16

Yes you might not feel anything again for a week or so now, as it's still quite early, but in a few weeks time you will feel him/her moving all the time. smile x

turdfairynomore Sun 04-Jan-15 23:30:32

I felt DC2 at 13 weeks. It was like small bubbles of oil rising slowly to burst inside my "stomach"-if you know what I mean!!

StarOnTheTree Sun 04-Jan-15 23:41:42

DD1 18 weeks
DD2 22 weeks
DD3 13 weeks

Number3cometome Mon 05-Jan-15 09:32:55

DS1 - 20 weeks (earlier but didn't know what it was!)
DD1 - 12 weeks, sitting quiet in the bath
DC3 - Possibly the other night, but not quite sure yet! 11+2

Christelle2207 Mon 05-Jan-15 13:05:33

Very possibly. I didn't feel dc1 until
20+ weeks but felt dc2 at about 11weeks. Having been through it before I know exactly what those flutters are!

Rebecca1608 Mon 05-Jan-15 20:16:41

Yeah I've not had anything today sad maybe I have lazy twins lol but look forward to when it happens again x

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