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if your 18 weeks pregnant can you feel the baby move?

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2 years ago

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2 years ago
Maybe :) Some women feel it that early, others not until as late as 22 weeks. Any where in that time frame is considered normal. 
2 years ago
i felt my son move that early but only me u cant feel it from putting ur hand on ur tummy. but some women dont realize it is the baby moving. so some cant and some can :)
2 years ago
The range is from about 15 weeks to 22 weeks. This does not always hold true, but it can be related to weight. Thinner women tend to feel it sooner, heavier women later. If you're worried about the baby, your doctor can listen for the heart beat because that can be heard by 12 weeks, and then you will feel reassured.Lori Day
2 years ago
The range is from about 15 weeks to 22 weeks. This does not always hold true, but it can be related to weight. Thinner women tend to feel it sooner, heavier women later. If you're worried about the baby, your doctor can listen for the heart beat because that can be heard by 12 weeks, and then you will feel reassured.Lori Day
2 years ago
yes you can i started feeling my baby move at 16 weeks
2 years ago
I was at about 12 weeks when I felt the flutters.  The Dr. said it was gas but at 3:30pm and around 8:30pm I would get flutters every day and in the same general area.  I am now 16 weeks and still get them and they are getting stronger. So yes, you can feel them at 18 weeks.
2 years ago
It sort of feels like bubbles. Like the bubble in the water cooler.

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