Answer: Yes, it is totally safe and normal not to feel baby movement in 23 weeks pregnancy. The first fetal movements are often described as a “fluttering.” It is often such a subtle movement that you have to be still and pay close attention to notice it. Some women can feel their baby move as early as 15 weeks, while others don't notice it until closer to 20 to 22 weeks.
Answer: Hi! If you. are a first time Mom you will need some time to understand the movements, around 26 weeks you will be able to feel the movements. Initially the movements are misunderstood as gas :) However to clear your confusion you can see the Doctor once :) Good luck!
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Question: Now I am 23 weeks pregnant but still I have not feel my baby's movement in my womb.. but see his or her movement in the timing of usg heartbeat also.. but not feel the movement. Is it normal?
Answer: Hi.. Dear wait for some more time, after about 24 weeks, you may feel your baby moving every day, but there's a wide range of how much activity is considered normal. On some days, your baby may seem like the moving too fast while other times you may be less likely to notice every little kick and wriggle.
Question: I am 17 weeks pregnant. But still now I can't feel baby movement inside my womb. Is it normal?
Answer: Hello The first fetal movements are often described as a “fluttering.” It is often such a subtle movement that you have to be still and pay close attention to notice it. Some women can feel theirbaby move as early as 15 weeks, while others don't notice it until closer to 20 to 22 weeks Everyone is different, every pregnancy is different, they say you should start feeling the baby move around 16 weeks, when i was 18 weeks pregnant i also could not feel my baby movement at all, but when I went for my ultra sound the baby was moving like crazy and I did'nt even feel her. So just because you don't feel her does'nt mean she's not moving.
Question: I am 21 week pregnant nd i can't feel baby's movement in womb...how can i feel d movement??
Answer: Hello dear. You should feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. The movements are often described as flutters. It may be difficult to determine whether this feeling is gas or your baby's movements, but soon you will begin to notice a pattern. Take care.