When can you feel something when pressing on your tummy?

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  1. hmusgrove

    hmusgrove Well-Known Member

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    I'm wondering at how many weeks you can start to feel something in there when you're lying down. I don't mean kicks, I just mean like, when can you start to feel your uterus? I'm 9 weeks and sometimes I feel like I can feel something, but other times I don't.
     
  2. jenmcn1

    jenmcn1 Expecting baby #4:)

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    Usually around 12 weeks it when the uterus pushes out.
     
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    stouffer Well-Known Member

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    Mine is already poking out above my pubic bone but it often happens sooner with second pregnancies.
     
  4. lkkha

    lkkha Mum to 8

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    It's usually 12 weeks when the uterus rises above the pelvic bone, but if you've had babies before it can happen sooner. I have been able to feel my uterus for about a week now and can find the heartbeat immediately as I know exactly where baby is!
     
  5. hmusgrove

    hmusgrove Well-Known Member

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    This is my second baby , so I'm worried because I'm 9 weeks and I don't know if I can feel anything! Sometimes I feel like I can when I lay on my side, but when I lay on my back I don't know if I do.
     
  6. Natnee

    Natnee Mummy to Belle

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    I have felt my uterus for a few weeks now, and this is my 2nd pregnancy.
     

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