19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi doctor now im 19weeks preganant i can't feel the movements of baby

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Answer: hi dear , you don't worry. When some mothers experience baby's movement as early as 4 months some started experiencing this after 5 months. So nothing to worry about very soon you are going to feel your baby's movement. all the best
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