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when did you feel baby move in 2nd pregnancy???

(8 Posts)
blossom2 Fri 04-Feb-05 21:55:16

I think i'm going crazy but i think i can feel my baby move. the sensation is the same when i was pregnant DD, but i'm only 15 weeks (had same sensations in a couple of times in the frist 12 weeks also)

DH thinks i'm crazy and its far to early for all that. Am i just imagining the twitches are kicking???

MrsBigD Fri 04-Feb-05 21:56:52

that depends when I was pg with dd I never really felt her move. completely different story with ds... felt him very early on (I think around 14-16 weeks or so) and they definitely weren't just 'butterflies', I thought he's kicking the living c out of me! I think it's because everything is 'pre-streched'

hoxtonchick Fri 04-Feb-05 21:57:50

i'm 17 weeks pg with my second blossom2. i felt the baby move at 13 weeks this time, very definitely. and have felt it every day since. i felt ds move at 15 weeks in my 1st pregnancy so i wasn't that surprised but do know it was early. so yes, i think you could definitely be feeling the baby at 15 weeks. oooooh, how exciting!

blossom2 Fri 04-Feb-05 21:57:53

i've had two big kicks/movements this evening already

Angeliz Fri 04-Feb-05 21:59:54

blossom, i can't remember exactly ,(it's on a thread somewhere though), but i felt this one at about 12/13 weeks too. I thought i was going mad but it's been as active ever since, (and i was very skinny.............not now at 38 weeks!!!!!! )

4kids Fri 04-Feb-05 22:03:26

Felt movement in last pregnancy with dt's at 10 weeks prev pregnancies between 12 & 15 weeks.

skiingmummy Fri 04-Feb-05 22:10:36

14 weeks this time round
(Was at 19 weeks with DS)

bonym Sat 05-Feb-05 18:47:20

About 15 weeks I think - they (the "experts") say that you can feel it earlier in subsequent pregnancies so you're probably not imagining it.

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