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first flutter

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biglips Thu 17-Mar-05 18:56:03

can you be able to feel the baba "flutter feel" if youre 14 weeks? (friend is pg) as ive got a feeling that she is 16 weeks and not 14

kama Thu 17-Mar-05 18:58:05

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biglips Thu 17-Mar-05 19:15:35

gingernut Thu 17-Mar-05 19:35:22

Is this her first or second/third etc pregnancy? If it's the first, I would be surprised if she could feel anything at 14 weeks. If a subsequent one, then it's perfectly possible - in my second I felt movements from 12 weeks!

biglips Thu 17-Mar-05 22:56:58

no its her first one.. maybe she is 14 weeks after all

moschops Fri 18-Mar-05 09:05:19

i felt my first flutters at 14 weeks (that was last week!!!!!)

the first time it happened i put it down to being wind, then it happened again at the same time next day and after three days i was finally convinced it IS my baby i can feel.

the baby definitely moves about when i have my first cuppa of the day (must be the caffeine!) and is very active at about 7pm.

i really wasn't sure with it being my first pregnancy but there is no mistaking it now!

jinx Thu 07-Apr-05 17:46:04

I felt the fluttering movements at about 15 weeks. Only way I could describe it was like having champagne bubbles floatting up the inside of your stomach. Not nice when you have morning sickness aswell!!
Now I am 38 weeks and have whole feet sticking out my left side with bruised ribs and muscles from a very active baby.

greenbug Sun 24-Apr-05 09:39:25

Do the flutters happen every day? I felt the champaine bubbles at around 15/16 weeks (first pregnancy so I can't say anything with great confidence). But now 17 weeks and I don't seem to feel them? may be I am trying to be alert all the time doesn';t help.

So shall i not worry and wait until the kicks start at 20 weeks?

advice needed

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