20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 20 week pregnt but i cant feel tje the movement of ma baby? How does we feel when baby kick or move in our womb?

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Answer: Hllo dear u r 20 weeks pregnant A Pregnant women can feel babys movement at 17 to 18 weeks .some womens feel late as 18 to 22 weeks. .first u feel fluttering or bubbling or a very.slight shifting movement...soon u ll feel movement .
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