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...... feel the baby moving or is it just my food moving about?This is my second and i'm sure i can feel flutterings!Anyone else this early? or am i making this up?!
I could feel flutters at 15 weeks and this is my second, so I could tell what I was feeling.
I've been wondering this for the last couple of days, this is my first, so maybe I'm just imagining it. Oooooh it's so exciting
thanks for replying maybe i'm not making it up!!with my first all i can remember is definate movements kicks and wiggles, he's only 18mth you'd think i could remember a little more!!It seems early as i'm not showing that badly yet!
I could feel my second from about 13 weeks, just flutters, proper movements later on. This time I am 18 weeks and get the odd occasional movement, only since about 2 weeks ago. They are all different, it is so exciting though when you first feel it.
Hi. I felt this baby, my second, from about 14/15 weeks. It was very subtle, but definately there. Lou x
I felt my 3rd from about 14 weeks. I'm now expecting number 3 and felt her move from about 12 weeks
I felt slight fluttering at 10 weeks with DS, and now right on 10 weeks am feeling the exact same sensation.It really is too early, but I am going to go with it. Feels like someone tapping gently inside my pelvis.Loving it .Probably won't feel that way at 34+ weeks when I have a foot slamming into my kidneys.
RoseBlossoms- With my second I felt movment from about 14 weeks, just slight fluttering but unmistakably a baby How lovely
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