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‘Have you felt it move yet?’ is one of those bog-standard questions that can get very boring. But feeling that first flutter really is nothing short of thrilling.
Amazing. There actually is something in there!
You may feel slightly freaked out, especially if you were a big fan of the Alien movies in the eighties, but rest assured that you will get used to the daily flutterings and bubblings, and will soon come to love them.
First-time mums probably won’t feel movement until around 20 weeks on, mainly because it’s tricky to know what you’re meant to be feeling. Is that a baby inside me? Or do I just have really bad wind?
Some women start to feel movement from 14 weeks, but everyone is different. Second and subsequent babies are often felt at around weeks 16 to 18.
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