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View Poll Results: How many weeks were you when you felt the baby move for the first time?
10 or before 4 26.67%
11 2 13.33%
12 6 40.00%
13 10 66.67%
14 4 26.67%
15 10 66.67%
16 6 40.00%
17 4 26.67%
18 9 60.00%
19 3 20.00%
20 4 26.67%
21 4 26.67%
22 3 20.00%
23 0 0%
24 or after 0 0%
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#1 of 45 Old 01-27-2011, 06:25 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm curious.  When did you first feel the baby move?  (I think I felt my first movement today!).  I made it to where you can enter multiple answers if you've had multiple children. 

 

I'm only 15 weeks and it just seems early for my first baby!

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I said 13 weeks but it's somewhere in-between 12-13 weeks. I definitely felt my first fluttery type movements with DS around 12 weeks and around 13 weeks with DD. I've only felt thumps with this baby and not so much of the fluttery sensations but those started around 12-13 weeks as well. I'm nearly 18 weeks now and feel kicks daily. 


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I'm pregnant with my first so I'm not sure what I'm feeling.  I've most certainly felt a thump or two in my uterine region between 12 & 13 weeks but not so sure about the fluttery sensation everyone talks about.

 

Somethings going on down there just not so sure what it is.


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This is my third but I usually start feeling bumps/swishes around this time. Today I noticed it more consistently though. lol.gif


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Im 13 weeks and haven't felt anything yet with this one but I remember thinking I was feeling it around 16 weeks with DS and for sure at 18 weeks.


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I can't vote.  I'm 15w pregnant and I still haven't felt anything that I am sure is the baby.  I've usually felt something by now so this is kind of worrisome.  I know that it will happen soon though.


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This is so different from my first pregnancy. With DS (first baby plus anterior placenta) I thought I might have felt something around 19 weeks but not for sure until 21 weeks.

With this one I started feeling something around 11 weeks and was sure of it by 12 weeks, super-sure by the time I hit 13.
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This is my 3rd and I'm 16.3 weeks. I feel little movements here and there but nothing to speak of. With my second I didnt feel movement till 20 weeks.

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This is my 4th baby and I'd say 13 weeks is when I really felt some good thumps. I'm 16w2d now and I rarely feel anything. Sometimes a thump or a wiggle when I am sitting up or leaning over. I think I may have felt more frequent movements earlier with my other pregnancies but I think my hands are a little more full this time, chasing my other children around all day. I hardly have time to sit down and notice those little thumps and swishes. Even though I have never had a M/C, I have a doppler at home, because I am a total nutcase before I get to the point where I feel the baby move every day. I don't think I start feeling the baby move off and on all day every day till after 20 weeks.


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I'm nearly 15 weeks and I've been feeling a little something here and there since about 12 weeks but it's not often - and not as often as i'd like. This is my fourth. I can't quite remember when I felt the others but I *think* it was around 16 weeks, 14 weeks and 11 weeks....


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I didn't feel my 1st until 23 weeks, my second at 19 weeks. I am 16w3d today and still haven't felt anything. Sometimes when I am going to sleep I feel a little SOMETHING that possibly COULD be the baby, but certainly not anything definite, even with this being my 3rd. I was just whining about this at my midwife appt yesterday, LOL. and she was reassuring me that it didn't mean anything (which I knew, but still wanted to whine) But the HB is nice & strong, and we even heard a good kick-I just can't feel it, LOL


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I was 20 weeks with my first. I think I felt him sooner but I didn't know what it was supposed to feel like until my midwife told me. With my second it was 12 weeks (no one believed I felt her so early). With this one 15 weeks. 

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It's reassuring to know that many of you in your 2nd, 3rd, etc. pregnancies haven't felt movement until much later.  I'm at 15 week now (5th pregnancy) and haven't felt movement, even though we've seen baby flip around during the ultrasound.   I'm hopeful it will be soon though, as right now I feel some disconnect with this baby - like it's not completely real yet.  Weird.


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matyja- I feel the same way.  Disconnected was a perfect way to put it.


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matyja- I feel the same way.  Disconnected was a perfect way to put it.



 Yes, I agree as well....17 weeks now with #3 and STILL nothing. I've been having ahard time getting excited about this pregnancy and I know that when I can feel baby it will help at least some, so I am anxious to start feeling things.


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That's another common feeling I seem to read a lot about - that mamas who have had several pregnancies don't seem to be as excited through the process as with first pregnancies.  Is it because we are immune to it - other than the obvious nausea, or because we are too busy chasing the current kidlets around?  Even though with all my heart I wanted this baby, there is some...sad feeling... maybe because we haven't felt able to tell "everyone" about it yet (we're waiting until after the amnio results later this month), or maybe because I wish I could just skip the whole gestational period and jump to the part where I have baby in my arms.  I dunno. 

 

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With my first, I absolutely felt him at 13w and a few days - no doubt about it.  With this one I've felt "things" since 10w, but until the past week, I've not felt much that I'm positive is the baby.  Finally, now at 16w I'm starting to feel the baby intermittently throughout the day, but before 15w it was kind of a toss up between baby or gas.  


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This is my 3rd. I felt all of mine around the 13 week mark. My MIL made fun of me with my first, saying there was no way I could feel it... but, when my Dr got out the doppler and I'd feel swishing and HEAR it, and the Dr told me that was my baby, I felt vindicated. joy.gif

 

I'm 19 weeks along tomorrow, and hubby can totally feel Baby kicking on the outside. It's so cool! He was saying, "Hellooooo, Babyyyy, it's your daddyyyyyy." While resting his head on my belly, and the baby kicked him repeatedly in the cheek! lol.gif The look on his face was priceless when he said, "It kicked me! Right here.... this is where it kicked from." Yup, I know, it's in my body, haha.

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I can't vote.  I'm 15w pregnant and I still haven't felt anything that I am sure is the baby.  I've usually felt something by now so this is kind of worrisome.  I know that it will happen soon though.



Just as a bit of reassurance, I felt my 4th baby later than any of the others and it's only because he's got the most laid back personality in the world.  Here's my stats:

 

1st: 17 weeks

2nd: 14-15 weeks

3rd: 11 weeks (she's a spit-fire too!)

4th: 18 weeks

5th: 12 weeks once or twice, but 14.5 weeks consistently.

 

I don't doubt one bit that you're feeling your baby.  People who are in tune with their bodies feel their babies earlier than those who are not in tune with their bodies.


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So I started to feel movement at 9wks 6days and then felt it like once a week (the typical flutter), but as of 14 wks baby flips around.  No more flutters at all but flat out moving around in the evening and at work b/c I was holding in my stomach (I have stopped doing that b/c baby obviously didn't like it!). 

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This is my first and I think I started to feel what felt like bubbles in my uterus at 15-16 weeks. Now I am 18 weeks and just 3 days ago I felt my first thump. But I have only felt another thump one since then.

 

How often should I feel the baby now? I wish I felt it more!! I just want to know it is doing ok in there... Give me a sign please...

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I'm sure your baby is just fine!  At this point I wouldn't worry about how often you can feel movement, just enjoy when you do.  But really I don't know what a dr/midwife would say.    

 

I feel this little one a lot it seems, started at 15 weeks and I'm almost 19 weeks now.  But my first I don't remember feeling him at all until 20-21 weeks.  And it's funny because I was telling someone the other day that I thought if Jackson kicked me like that at 15 weeks I hope i would have felt it!  This baby kicks strong and is very active.  It will be interesting to see what the gender is when he/she is born :)


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17 Weeks today and still not much movement to be felt, but I know babe is moving because we saw it today on the ultrasound when I went in for amnio.  Once in a while I'll have these rolling kind of sensations but no definate kicks or anything.  So now I'm on bedrest for the rest of the day.  DH is making me lunch at the moment and has taken over childcare duties for the rest of the day for the older kiddies.  That's the best Valentine's Day treat I could ever ask for!  blowkiss.gif


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I was 18 weeks with my first, 16 with my second 14 with my third and now 16 with my forth. And I know it depends on the position of the placenta.


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What's everyone's movement feeling like these days?  I had anterior placenta last time, plus I was a newbie so I didn't know for sure what I was feeling until 23 weeks when DS karate chopped me.  This time I felt the odd flutter and bump pretty early on.  Now I keep thinking I'll start feeling more and with more frequency.  Whenever I listen in with my doppler, I hear all sorts of movement so I know baby is a wiggler.  I just don't feel much throughout the day except tickles now and then if I'm sitting just right.

 

What does your movement feel like?  When do you feel solid thumps?  When do you feel the wiggles from the outside? 

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I'm mostly just feeling tickles and wiggles, no definite kicks or thumps yet. I notice it more if I'm sitting hunched up at my desk. I did notice some the other morning before I got out of bed. I was kind of laying on my side and I could feel it. But other than that nothing. I'm 18 weeks.


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I'm mostly just feeling tickles and wiggles, no definite kicks or thumps yet. I notice it more if I'm sitting hunched up at my desk. I did notice some the other morning before I got out of bed. I was kind of laying on my side and I could feel it. But other than that nothing. I'm 18 weeks.


Thanks!  Sounds like I'm right on track then.  :)  Since I've never done "normal" it's hard to tell!  And feeling DS move was my absolute favorite part of being pregnant so I'm antsy to experience that again and to share it with DS!  He was fabulous company those last few months before he was born.  :) 
 

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What does your movement feel like?  When do you feel solid thumps?  When do you feel the wiggles from the outside? 



I didn't feel much at all until 17w, and even then up until now it's been really sporadic.  That said:  On Sunday, 18w exactly, I woke up at 5am to pee then couldn't fall back asleep because I couldn't breathe through my nose.  Anyway, as luck would have it, baby was bouncing around like crazy and I was able to feel 3!! kicks with my hand on my belly.  It was awesome.  The same thing happened the next morning but I only felt one kick.  Baby's been quiet today.

 

Besides that, most of the movement feels like flops, some feel like a quick spot of pressure, some feel like rolling.  I swear this baby already has a fondness for my bladder too.  I had totally forgot how baby + bladder is so super annoying feeling (but annoying in a very good way I guess shy.gif).


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I'm 18 weeks and my baby is feisty!  It is so cool.  I notice the movement a lot in the evening when I'm sitting on the couch or lying on my side in bed.  But I also feel it sitting at my desk at work.  I've never felt it standing up. 

 

Sometimes it tickles!  It almost startles me  :)  Most of the time it feels like pushing or thumping. 

 

Every time I get all warm and happy and smiley! 

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I just started feeling little flutters and movements last week, at 18 weeks. They are subtle movements, so I don't notice them unless I lie still and pay attention. I've found that if I poke my stomach, sometimes I can get a kick back. :) 

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