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Very early movement - is it possible?

(10 Posts)
lovekids Thu 21-Jun-07 22:31:15

Im just gone 13 weeks pregnant with my 4th child. I really think Im feeling some kinds of fluttering going on at the bass of my tummy - could this be possible at this stage?
Your imput would be much appreciated - thanks

HuwEdwards Thu 21-Jun-07 22:31:53

4th child? you should know

sparklygothkat Thu 21-Jun-07 22:32:59

yep, am 20 weeks pregnant with my 4th and have been feeling this baby since 13 weeks.

wrinklytum Thu 21-Jun-07 22:33:42

Well,have only had 2 so bow to your greater expertise with 4 (blimey,much respect)

Felt no 2 move at around 15 weeks so am sure it is possible.

Good luck with your pregnancy

Troutpout Thu 21-Jun-07 22:43:36

yes ...i felt baby no 2 from 12 weeks

lou33 Thu 21-Jun-07 22:46:20

i felt one of mine at 10 weeks

potoroo Thu 21-Jun-07 22:46:39

Yes, I felt baby 2 from about 13 weeks. I wasn't sure at first either, but after a couple of days I was convinced.

ChasingSquirrels Thu 21-Jun-07 22:56:13

i felt no 1 around 18wks, but definately felt no 2 from around 11 wks, i mentioned to the mw that i was pretty sure it was but could it really be (even though i knew it was) and she said lots of people felt at that stage.

sidge Fri 22-Jun-07 10:31:12

I felt numbers 2 and 3 from about 12-13 weeks. My midwife said as I was quite slim and "there wasn't much between the uterine wall and my abs" I could feel it earlier.

I hasten to add that after 3 children there is now a lot more between my uterine wall and my abs

becklespeckle Fri 22-Jun-07 13:15:50

Hiya, I think I felt this one from around 10 weeks, only now and again but really really low. A friend of mine used to be a nurse and did a stint in ante-natal and she says it is more than possible to feel this early if you have had children before. I have not felt anything for a week now but am guessing that is because the uterus has moved up and baby has more room!

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