Tell me this is normal?!!
Please, I just need the reassurance. I don't mean no kicking, I mean no real movements of any sort, I'd even be happy with some gas-type rumbles right now!! As in, I honestly couldn't say there was anything there.
Don't worry this is normal, even though it is annoying. I started feeling flutters at 14 weeks but a girl due the same day as me felt the movements about five weeks later and my cousin didn't feel her twins until 19 weeks. So everyone is different
Baby is a little fish in a big pond now but you will soon feel it.xx
Don't worry hun, everyone is different, i didn't feel my DS move until i was about 21-22 weeks pregnant, i felt this baby move at 14 weeks, but i don't feel it often. It shouldn't be long now before your feeling something xx
Hey hunni, don't worry it's completely normal. I didn't have anything... i mean absolutely nothing untill like 21 weeks! No little flutters or anything before then!!! now she's kicking me insides to bits quite happily.
16 weeks is still pretty early hunni xxx
It's normal Hun I've till not felt anything yet and I'm 16 weeks , I went to see my midwife yesterday and she said it's normal to not feel anything until about 20 + weeks in your first pregnancy as baby is still very small xx
I'm just approaching 17 weeks with my 1st and haven't felt anything at all. I'm reassured that it's all probably OK as last week at the midwife we heard a good strong heartbeat. I'm sure we'll both feel something soon. Keep me posted
Thank you everyone - that really is very reassuring.
It's not my first though - and for my last pregnancy it was a decrease in movement that made me realise there was a problem which is probably why I'm so nervous about it now. I guess I just thought that because it wasn't my first, I would feel it earlier, so I have literally been tapping my fingers waiting since about 13 weeks. No wonder I am so insane right now!!
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