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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 11:20 AM   1
stir crazy
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When did you first feel baby move


Hi ladies,as the title says, when did you first feel baby move? This is my 4th pregnancy im 9+2 and im sure im feeling baby move already its a very low bubbley feeling(its not wind lol). With my first pregnancy i didnt feel much till around 15/16 weeks, my second 12 weeks and my third 11 weeks. Whats the earliest you have felt movements xx



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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 11:48 AM   2
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The earliest I have felt movement is 14/15 weeks and that was with my 2nd pregnancy.

That's incredible to feel movements so early on. Lovely!



 
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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 12:03 PM   3
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I first felt flutters and bubbles with my first at about 15 weeks. DH felt one kick for the first time on the outside at 18 weeks but it took a while before either of us could feel them on the outside regularly. Not felt anything with this one yet but I'm not expecting to for a while yet. My sister who is about 8 weeks ahead of me in her pregnancy still hasn't felt movement. I guess it totally depends on so many factors: weight, baby's movement, how in tune you are etc. Can't wait to start feeling this one move!



 
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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 13:15 PM   4
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Thank you for your reply ladies x.
See i was thinking may be its because im a lot slimmer now. I was a uk size 22 when i had my daughter 10 years ago,with my third and this pregnancy im a size 14 so may be ? Lol
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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 17:04 PM   5
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I didn't feel flutters with my girls (both of which had anterior placentas) until 16-18 weeks. Both of my sons I felt at 13 weeks. I swear I'm feeling this baby already, even though most people tell me I'm too early, but after four pregnancies I can tell the difference between gas and movement.



 
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Old Jan 8th, 2018, 18:55 PM   6
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My earliest was 13 weeks with my second, felt like a marble rolling about!



 
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Old Jan 9th, 2018, 10:18 AM   7
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I didn't feel flutters with my girls (both of which had anterior placentas) until 16-18 weeks. Both of my sons I felt at 13 weeks. I swear I'm feeling this baby already, even though most people tell me I'm too early, but after four pregnancies I can tell the difference between gas and movement.
I've been getting small flutterings, like literally the smallest little tickle you can imagine and I'm pretty sure its the baby. I always thought other women were imagining it when they said they could feel it so early, but there's nothing else this could be. It's not gas, so I'm not sure what else it could be.

Also, I'm not exactly sure how far along I am as I haven't had my scan yet. That's on Thursday, so there's a possibility that I'm further along than I think I am.



 
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Old Jan 9th, 2018, 14:23 PM   8
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I felt the first hint of a poke from within from Thomas at 16 weeks, the same from Sophie st 15 weeks, and 14 weeks with Emma. With Emma I was a size 16 down from a 26 and we could see and feel her movements easily from the outside at 16 weeks which was cool!

I am not sure it would be possible to feel a baby at 9 weeks, they just don't have the weight or strength etc to make themselves felt.



 
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Old Jan 9th, 2018, 14:57 PM   9
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Felt my first at 13.5 weeks, my second at 12.5 weeks and this baby at 11.5 weeks. You definitely do get to recognise that feeling and even when itís really small movements you pick it up earlier next time. That said, if we have a fourth Iím not sure if itís possible to feel much earlier than 11 weeks, they are so tiny and have the tiniest limbs before then. But then again it weirds me out that you could have something moving inside you for a few weeks and not feel it! Creepy parasites, they are.



 
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Old Jan 9th, 2018, 15:24 PM   10
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I sometimes feel like popping and always think ohhhh could it be? But think no it canít be it must be wind! But Iím really not sure! I canít wait to start feeling proper movements though



 
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