when does baby start moving
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Devon - posted on 08/11/2013
If you haven't felt movement try drinking something really cold or eating ice chips you should feel the baby move or soothing the baby by rubbing your stomach. your should feel like little thumps that may seem similar to bubble guts im 21 weeks as well and will be 22 weeks tomorrow
Maryke - posted on 02/18/2014
hi there - mine i started feeling when i was 19 weeks. and on 22 weeks solid kicks up to a point where my tummy makes a nob. my friend however is as far as i am and she only feels movement but no kicks. depending on how your baby is situated ... don't be worried just yet moms and babys are different and some do their kicks and movements differently ..if you are concerned tho,, get a scan if the heart is beating you are okay :) and soon you will feel it. mostly in the beginning if you settle down after work your baby will move and you will feel baby. and ive noticed if i drink something cold! hehe :)
Jaina - posted on 11/30/2013
You can start feeling baby move as early as 15 or 16 weeks or as late as 24. First time moms usually feel baby move later rather than sooner. Don't be worried if doctor told you baby is ok. You are still within the normal time to start feel baby move.
Enna - posted on 08/15/2013
My 2nd baby was lazy (ha ha) in order to get her moving, the doctor put this loud bell on my stomach and after that (which scared the crap out of me) she was moving all over the place. So any loud noise close to your baby should do it (obviously for a very short time so you don't deafen your baby).
My step-dad said that when his ex was pregnant with my step sister they would have the ex lay down very still and put a clear bowl or glass of water on her belly. Mom was a larger size and it showed them when the baby was moving.
Another thing is to eat a lot of sugar (only if you are healthy enough to do that.) The extra sugar rush should get baby moving.
If those things don't work, then wait a few days and try again. As long as your baby's heart is beating, then I wouldn't worry too much. My daughter hardly moved at all, so we ended up in the doctor's office over it a few times. Turns out she was just big and didn't have a lot of room.
Sally - posted on 08/13/2013
Everybody is different. Your size, the activity level of your baby, and where the placenta is can all affect when you feel the baby. First babies also usually take a little longer partly because you're not all stretched out yet and partly because you don't know what it's supposed to feel like yet and will probably miss the first few tiny tickles. At the 20 week ultrasound with my first, the tech was going nuts because she said the baby was beating me up and I didn't feel a thing.
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