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 Post subject: Is it normal?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 2:01 pm 
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Hi to everyone...

Am new to this board. I got a question which disturbs me. Am a first time pregnant and i am in my 17th week and still dont feel any movements of my baby. Is it normal not to feel the baby moving by the end of the 17th week?

My tummy is growing fast but i dont feel any movements inside.

thank you.


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You should feel your baby move by about 20 weeks. If you can't feel him/her moving by then, you should talk to your doctor about it.


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Perrrrfectly Normal! :D Dont worry a bit - most women only start feeling around the 18wk according to the stats.

Its quite a hard little thing to pick if your a first time Mum but with each week it will get stronger and stronger :)


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Thank you a lot for the replies. The last 2 days i felt something like movement inside but cant be sure it is not my full bowels. Seems difficult to make any difference for now.


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