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Question: Abi tk koi movement ni hui my 5th mnth chl rah h
Answer: Timeline of Baby Movement
Here is a guide to your baby's possible movements.
Week 12: Your baby should start to move, but you probably won't be able to feel anything, because the baby is still so small.
Week 16: Some pregnant women will start to feel tiny butterfly-like flutters. The feeling might just be gas, or it might be the baby moving.
Week 20: By this point in your baby's development, you may start to really feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening."
Week 24: The baby's movements are starting to become more established. You might also begin to feel slight twitches as your baby hiccups.
Week 28: Your baby is moving often now. Some of the kicks and jabs may take your breath away.
Week 36: Your uterus is getting crowded as the baby grows, and movements should slow down a bit. However, alert your healthcare provider if you notice significant changes in your baby’s usual activity. You should feel consistent movement throughout the day.
Question: or muje to abi tk ek bar vomiting ni hui bs kbi kbi feel hota h
Answer: Nausea is a queasy feeling in the belly or throat (feeling “sick to your stomach”). It is a feeling that often comes before vomiting, but people may or may not vomit when they feel nauseous. Vomiting (throwing up) is the forceful emptying of stomach contents through the mouth.
If you’re nauseous, it’s best to avoid eating these types of foods:
Anything fatty, greasy, or fried
Foods that are very sweet, such as candy or cookies
Foods with strong odors
Foods that are hard to digest or have a large amount of fiber (such as raw vegetables, read meat)
Foods with a large amount of fiber can slow your stomach down and possibly worsen vomiting.
Question: hiii .. mjhe abi tk baby movement feel nh hui
Answer: 25th week tak bhi feel hota hai..ho jaayga..be positive.
Question: hi mam m 17 weeks pregnent hn bt mjhe abi tk koi movement feel ni hoti
Answer: You should feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks.
baby's movements as butterflies, nervous twitches, or a tumbling motion. At first, it may be hard to tell whether your baby has moved. Second- and third-time moms are more adept at distinguishing those first baby movements from gas, hunger pangs, and other internal motions.
By your second and third trimesters, the movements should be more distinct, and you'll be able to feel your baby's kicks, jabs, and elbows.