Below the belly button I would think? I keep feeling "bubbles" but they are higher up either belly button level or even higher. That could not be the baby could it? Should I be feeling distinct movement by now?
Mine were below my hair line then. They're not an awful lot higher now.
If its your first you prob wont be feeling distinct movement for a good few weeks yet, this is my 3rd and movements are only in the last wk or so becoming reg.
At 15wks especially on your 1st your uterus is still very low, it reachs belly button around 19/21wks iirc.
I felt my first "bubbles" at 16 weeks. But they were very low down, a few inches above my pubic line.
Even now at 20 weeks, the movements are still below my belly button. Anything above that is most likely to be gas!
i feel my bubs at 13weeks a my lower left side then nothing for 3 weeks by 16 weeks it is sharp rubbing pains inside like he/she hits my organs ,my bladder,...but movement is vey low near my pubic bone , on both sides left and right..
mind it its my 3rd pg....first one is a mc at 13 weeks ,2nd one is early missed mc at 5 weeks...im bless with this one..
im now 17+4 weeks....
Your baby and uterus don't get to your belly button until 20 weeks (on average). I would say that's probably gas - if you feel anything at 15 weeks it should be low in your pelvis and very very light taps, popcorn, or swimming. . .and not consistent or daily at all.
Might be kicking a nerve though and that's why you feel it higher?
Hiya....Up until about the 18th week all my movement(well popping) was just above my knicker line so very low down....Once I hit 19 weeks tho the kicks started and they are around and just below my belly button x
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