I appreciate that this is still pretty early as with my first ongoing pregnancy I wasn't feeling any regular movement until about this time. However, this pregnancy I've been aware of little flutters and kicks from about 15/16 weeks and today I'm not feeling any all of a sudden.
Does this sound pretty normal given that it's still early? ie to feel lots of kicks some days but none at other times.
Yes, very normal. Baby is still a tiny little one so has so much space to move around that you won't always feel kicks. Up til 20-24 weeks or so there often isn't a pattern either. If you're worried of course call your midwife but at this stage it sounds normal IME.
Totally normal. Only from 28 weeks will you be encouraged to understand your baby's daily pattern and get any changes in this checked out straight away. As others have said, before that they're just too small.
I'm 26 weeks and for the last 2 days there has hardly been any movement at all. I was starting to panic a bit but he's made up for it last night and today. He actually kept me awake from 1-2 am last night! I think it's quite common for them to go a bit quiet at times. If you are really worried though give your midwife a call.
ive been feeling flutters from 10+3 weeks and movement from 13 weeks....now 15+2 and the past few days I haven't really felt anything....im with you I hope its normal! seen the midwife on Monday (14+6) and heard a very strong heartbeat so hoping its just as the baby is still so small!
If your worried always seek reassurance from your midwife, if your over 24 weeks then your dau/delivery suite. And do not be fobbed of with anterior placenta either, yes it can cushion the babys movements but you won't suddenly stop feeling baby. Check kick the counts website as well.
26 weeks and my baby isn't always active (I think I have a lazy one). I have anterior placenta which means I don't feel all movements. May be the same for you? I wouldn't be worried at 18 weeks as baby is still small so could be hiding
I've been feeling dc2 move since about 12 weeks, but up until around 18/19 weeks would still have the odd day or two without feeling anything. Now 21 weeks and feel every hour or two without fail, although I know you can still get gaps at this stage.