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Question: I am 20 weeks pregnant. When will I start to feel the movements of my baby?
Answer: You will feel your baby moments when you reach 16 to 25 weeks of pregnancy. But if it your first pregnancy it will late after 25 weeks. If it's your second pregnancy most of the women feel as early as 13 weeks of pregnancy.Certain favctor responsible for not having baby movements yet. Mainly a placenta that is on anterior surface of the uterus, in first pregnancy movements will start little late and baby position dear.. So wait for some more weeks you will have baby movements.. Take care dear. Consult doctor if you have any doubts.
Question: I m 20 weeks pregnant... Still i m not feeling movement or kicks of baby.... When i will feel it?
Answer: Hello dear... Usually fetal movements start from 15-25weeks,but in case of first pregnancy,you will start noticing close to 26 week only,so it is perfectly normal,nothing to get worried, fetal movement may be like butterfly click, twittering,swigg or roll
Question: M 19 weeks pregnant..... and still unable to feel any movement in my womb.... i m worried... is everything fine???
Answer: Ideally pregnant ladies start feeling around 19-24 weeks. But if it's your first pregnancy than you might feel bit later.
But if you had a baby before than you might feel as early around 13-16 weeks.
But if you didn't feel till 24 weeks do check with your doctor. She will check baby heartbeat.
According to the baby growth initially the movements are not that intense and you feel occasionally. Those gentle fluttering feelings in your tummy (quickening) are your baby's movements.
Question: Hi..i am 20 weeks pregnant , and i don't feel any kind of movements inside me. May i know when my baby will start moving
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.