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think I've started feeling baby #2 moving but only 14.2 wks pg.

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helsi · 11/11/2005 17:50

I keep getting little gurgles in my lower stomach region. then again it could be digestion!!

Did anyone else feel movement early in their second pg?

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fuzzywuzzy · 11/11/2005 17:52

My sister told me she could feel movement at errr 12 weeks!! I remember vaguely that I could feel movement with dd1 at 15 weeks and really panicked when I felt nothing with dd2 till 20 weeks.... so you could be feeling movement already.

helsi · 11/11/2005 17:52

hee hee i hope it is - makes it seem more real.

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Mercy · 11/11/2005 18:11

Helsi. Yes I had this with ds at around 15 weeks. It was a tickly sensation moving in a vertical line as though he was bouncing on a mini trampoline quite slowly. Scans showed he was transverse then footling breech

I didn't feel a thing with dd (first pg) until 20/21 weeks.

Congrats BTW

LadyTophamHatt · 11/11/2005 18:22

I felt movement by 15 weeks with ds2+3.
Rememebr that your stomach muscle won't be a good so that makes it easier to feel them and because it's not your first baby you know what it feels like so you're conscious of it happening, I was anyway.

Calmriver · 15/11/2005 09:09

I felt DD at 13 weeks!

Calmriver · 15/11/2005 09:10

DD is my first as well

geekgrrl · 15/11/2005 09:12

i felt movement with all three of mine from 14 weeks or so onwards.

Angeliz · 15/11/2005 09:27

I felt dd2 at 12/13 weeks. I think it's cause you're more aware.

Lonelymum · 15/11/2005 09:29

How exciting for you helsi. I can't remember when I felt my later babies but yes it was earlier than the first. I loveed feeling the baby movements throughout my pgs. It was the one really nice thing about being pg I think - no drawbacks as I never really had one who kicked me in an unpleasant way. Feel a bit of you! I am convinced it is when the baby can be felt moving that you start the real bonding process.

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