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(11 Posts)
Minniemouse94 Tue 03-Nov-15 21:12:47

I've had some people describe baby first movement as popping and others like twitches in the stomach, just wondered what you all felt and when you knew it was baby? X

mummyneedinganswers Tue 03-Nov-15 23:00:55

I felt like a flick or poke at 17 weeks was obvious that it was baby by the way it happened and the feeling of it. Baby started to regularly move around 20 weeks

Dixiechick17 Tue 03-Nov-15 23:01:44

Like being ticklef from inside smile

Tootsiepops Tue 03-Nov-15 23:05:52

You know when sometimes you get that repetitive, involuntary twitch in your eyelid? It felt like that.

wonders if it's just me

Oysterbabe Tue 03-Nov-15 23:07:38

Mine was a tickle too, like someone was dragging a feather around my insides!

Sighing Wed 04-Nov-15 14:32:29

Definitely as though something was twitching inside. Occasionally a feeling of falling/ moving ... like going over a bridge (but very faint) isolated to the abdomen.

QforCucumber Wed 04-Nov-15 14:39:06

tootsie that's the exact way I described it to my DP a couple of weeks ago!

NHKX2 Wed 04-Nov-15 14:46:35

First movements were twitchy, like I'd swallowed a jumping bean!

Boosiehs Wed 04-Nov-15 14:48:16

Twitchy - depends where your placenta is. 1st DS was at the front so felt very little to 21 weeks +, with DC2 I felt proper twitches at 17 weeks.

Everythinggettingbigger Wed 04-Nov-15 15:14:45

about 14 weeks it felt like when you go over a hill and your stomach goes if you get me? or on a roller coaster? (butterflies as some might put it) then about 18 weeks random isolated pokes which must have been DS first kicks! it was the most exciting thing ever!

BiffleRoo Wed 04-Nov-15 16:49:53

Early movements felt like bubbles with mine.

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