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What’s the earliest you’ve felt baby move?

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isambardo Tue 10-Jul-18 19:35:58

I’m 14+4 with dc3 and for the first time the placenta is at the back so I should feel more movements than previous pregnancies.

In the last couple days I’ve felt a few little bumps (not bubbles, I’d definitely call it bumps) but I feel like it’s too early for it to be the baby. Has anyone felt movement as early as 14/15 weeks?

Tilliebean Tue 10-Jul-18 19:43:52

I think I did with DC2, probably around 15 weeks. First was anterior, this one is posterior. It definitely felt like rolling for me.. not bubbles!

jaychops Tue 10-Jul-18 19:46:36

Yes, 14 weeks with both DD and this one now (20 weeks). Midwife didn't believe me first time round! With both, DH and I could feel from the outside by 16 weeks. I know that's unusual though.

isambardo Tue 10-Jul-18 20:16:06

That’s exciting, so it could be movements and not just my imagination! I’m so glad my placenta isn’t anterior again this time.

Thanks both.

Wellthisunexpected Tue 10-Jul-18 20:25:26

14 weeks with DS.

motortroll Tue 10-Jul-18 20:28:29

13 weeks with baby no 2!!! (V exciting as I had to wait to 20 weeks with first!)

melse2964 Tue 10-Jul-18 20:28:47

About 15/16 weeks felt the odd bump by 19 weeks definetly felt lots of movements

Havetothink Tue 10-Jul-18 20:45:39

Yes, 13 1/2 weeks, I had a scan at 14 weeks and the sonographer confirmed it was possible as the baby was so close to the skin.

SoHumble Tue 10-Jul-18 20:46:20

Felt DC2 move crazily early, before the 12 week scan! Think it was about 9 weeks.

MooChops89 Tue 10-Jul-18 20:47:48

14 weeks with DD, she's my first. Felt like a goldfish was living in my belly!

Rebecca36 Tue 10-Jul-18 20:50:19

Just under 16 weeks and after that it didn't stop until the birth :-).

DailyMaiIisMyBogRoll Tue 10-Jul-18 20:54:23

I did definitely. I didn’t realise what they were that early in my first pregnancy, but I certainly felt them. Second baby it was similarly early again.

Tortycat Tue 10-Jul-18 20:57:43

i swore with dc2 i felt something at 12 weeks. The sonographer at my svan said it couldnt be the baby but it felt exactly like kicks. ah i miss being pregnant and feeling baby move!

gigi556 Tue 10-Jul-18 21:22:33

Exactly 15 weeks here!

JustVent Tue 10-Jul-18 22:37:42

Yes 14 weeks with DS1, DS2 and DS3.

SamSmithYawnsWhenHeSings Tue 10-Jul-18 22:44:55

11 weeks with dc2 I felt familiar flutterings.

Owlettele Tue 10-Jul-18 22:46:29

14-15 weeks with DD and 13 weeks with DS. Love those early movements . So exciting. Congratulations xx

Mousefunky Wed 11-Jul-18 08:27:32

This is my first with a posterior, the other three were all anterior. I swear I felt him for the first time at 10 weeks which is super early but it was such a distinctive feeling, I can’t imagine it being anything else. It happened every so often for the following 4 weeks until the movements became daily and stronger.

BlueBug45 Wed 11-Jul-18 08:53:59

Yes 14 weeks with baby and it hasn't stopped.

Not sure why you think it's too early.

Charlottejade89 Wed 11-Jul-18 09:17:28

Around 14/15 weeks with my first and I have anterior placenta

Isambardo Wed 11-Jul-18 09:29:21

@bluebug45 it’s just because it’s massively earlier than in my previous pregnancies, 4-6 weeks earlier. Position of the placenta clearly makes a big difference in my case.

I wasn’t aware movements could be felt this early. It’s a nice surprise!

mumofmunchkin Wed 11-Jul-18 09:32:01

I felt them around 14 weeks with my second

Saraswati Wed 11-Jul-18 12:47:39

flutters at 11/12 weeks with this pregnancy (no.2 now 22 weeks) was around 15/16 weeks with my first. Proper stomach churning kicks and flips now that you can see and feel from outside now!

Soubriquet Wed 11-Jul-18 12:51:22

9 weeks here with my second born

Only because I knew what to look out for.

If it was my first pregnancy, I wouldn't have known but I knew those butterfly bubble feelings was my little bean moving around

vampirethriller Wed 11-Jul-18 12:58:09

16 weeks, 24 weeks now with my first!

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