Almost 17 weeks and not felt baby yet!!

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  1. glowworm00

    glowworm00 Well-Known Member

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    In 17 weeks on Saturday and havent felt baby move yet or any flutters! It's my first pregnant and I'm a size 18!
    When did you feel the first flutters of your little one? X
     
  2. BleedingBlack

    BleedingBlack Well-Known Member

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    Everyone is different.

    DD #1 -18 weeks for flutters
    DD #2 -16 weeks for flutters
    DS -15 weeks for flutters
    DD #3 -14 weeks for flutters

    I'm still waiting for good movements and kicks. They are getting stronger but not very strong yet.
     
  3. Nadialew

    Nadialew Well-Known Member

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    I am 16weeks and 4 days. I have not felt any flutter at lower abdominal area. But this morning, i felt it at UPPER abdominal area which is highly unlikely is a baby kick.
    My friend who is 18weeks now, she also hasn't felt it yet!
     
  4. kristen77

    kristen77 Well-Known Member

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    No 1 I felt at 19 weeks
    No 2 I felt at 15 weeks

    I'd say it would be early for you to feel movement yet xx
     
  5. vikki22

    vikki22 Well-Known Member

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    im on my 4th and havnt felt my baby move yet but everyone is different i think my baby is my my back probably why i cant feel it yet but i hope soon :D
     
  6. EarthMama

    EarthMama Mom of 2 & pregnant!

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    My midwife told me that it's normal for some women to not feel ANYTHING until 24-26 weeks. So don't worry. You'll probably feel something soon. I started feeling my son around 16 weeks (rolling sensations) but his movement is only now getting regular and even then he still has quiet days. At 17 weeks they can easily get into a spot where you can't feel them move, although they are.
     
  7. babyjoy10

    babyjoy10 Well-Known Member

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    felt hte first movement at 19 weeks but it was only when i lyin down at night time felf like little pokes , its only now at 24 weeks im feeling a lot of movement through out the day, im sure ull feel ur baba soon
     
  8. babyv_s2012

    babyv_s2012 1st little princess

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    I've been feeling flutters from almost 14 weeks im 17 weeks today but my baby is positioned really forward maybe that has something to do with it? I dont think it matters what dress size you are everyone is different.
     
  9. nlz2468

    nlz2468 Well-Known Member

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    I didn't feel anything until week 19 then all of a sudden flutters and kicks started out of the blue so i wouldnt worr yet hun but everyone's different some feel really early on and some of us don't feel anything until 20+ weeks x
     
  10. lozza1uk

    lozza1uk Well-Known Member

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    I didn't feel anything definite until 20+5 weeks, before that I had bubbles but could have been gas or baby I really couldn't tell.
     
  11. Audraia

    Audraia TTC #3

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    I didn't feel anything until 19-20 weeks. So don't worry yet! :) I never even felt flutters, first thing I felt was straight on kicks!
     
  12. babyoneill

    babyoneill mother to Amber and Lexie and Jack

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    i dont rememeber with my first but with my second was about 19 weeks xx
     

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