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#31 of 41 Old 09-10-2010, 03:40 PM
 
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No way- the first couple times it was just once, then again maybe 4-5 days later. It's getting a little more often now at almost 13 weeks, but it's still nowhere near every day that I feel it.

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I think I felt some today!

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very sparse.. some days then nothing for a bit.. it's still early..... i worry but try not to too much, I think it's all part and parcel of earlier movement. I think that why a lot of doctors really don't fully believe you till later ( mid second tri)

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I have not been feeling as much movement this week, just barely detectable "am I imagining this" gurgles. So, yeah, I think that's normal.

As much as I got beat up by my first while she was in utero, I'm so looking forward to being able to feel all the little movements. And hiccups!
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And hiccups!
I'm really hoping to feel NO hiccups this time. DD had almost nonstop hiccups my 3rd trimester, and even after she was born. Turns out it was reflux/food allergy related.

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CS, crossing my fingers for only good hiccups for your baby this time.

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I'm so jealous! I cannot wait to feel baby. Sometimes I think i feel a slight flutter but I can't be too sure. And it's so inconsistent. It truly is the greatest part of being pregnant. Then at the end when baby is all tight and you can feel an elbow or foot! Ah, it's the best! I'm over 13 weeks so I'm hoping for steady movement soon and trying not to stress in the meantime.

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On Monday, I felt some rolls and swishing--and I know it wasn't digestion or gas. I'm 13w. It's amazing to feel it so early. I didn't feel anything for sure with my DD until 17 weeks, when I felt 3 little knocks one afternoon. Hello, baby!

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I'm only 12 weeks with my first, and not feeling anything yet, which doesn't surprise me, but I had a dream last night that I could see gas bubbles through my skin. Eek!

I'm reminding myself I may not feel anything until much closer to 20 weeks, but I'm hoping it will happen earlier than that.

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I think I have been feeling some for a couple weeks... sometimes I am not sure but a few of them have to be baby. It keeps surprising me cause with my first I had an anterior placenta and it was definitely closer to 20 weeks! I am guessing my placenta is not anterior this time (and if it is then I am probably just feeling gas or something and deluding myself).

Even with some flutters I just really can't wait for those very definitive movements when I can start doubting myself!

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Yeah I' ll be 13wks on monday, and I have been feeling little movements too. At first I thought it was something else because with dd I felt nothing until 5 months when she jabbed me once hard, that was soo exciting! So is this though, I definately agree it's one of the best parts of pregnancy!

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