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ok I know I am so early for feeling anything, but I just seem to be feeling an energy or movement on my right side, especially when I'm really quiet.

anyone else?

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I don't feel fetal movement, but swear that sometimes I'm feeling my uterus as much as I did at the end of the third trimester last time... like the equivalent of really, really, really mild braxton hicks contractions. It's usually when I'm tired or dehydrated though.

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Maybe I am feeling the same thing, but interpreting it differently.

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I always feel the presence of my babies very early on. I'm certain with my first that felt the moment of implantation, it was such a strong shocking feeling of a presence (that I could pinpoint) it actually made me gasp. All of my children were confirmed by doppler @9wks to be exactly where I felt them. That's your baby, mama

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I thought that I was/am feeling something,but I had a sono on Sunday because of back pain and dizziness and they only saw a sac. There may or may not be a baby. I'll know on Saturday after another sono. I'll tell you,I definitely feel movement. Maybe it's just the sac

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No, the "movement" is from the uterus growing and pushing your intestines and stuff out of the way. That feels like bubbles or flutters and it happens when the uterus starts to shrink and everything goes back too. I felt it for a week or so after my M/C as my uterus went back to normal size and many women feel it for a while after full term pg's too.

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uterus, intestines, sac, baby...whatever...I feel it too Mama, and I am just going with the fact that its my baby letting me know that their doing ok....hugs and belly wiggles to ya.

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