22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 21week pregnant... Its my first pregnant.. I don't feel any baby movement... When i feel kicking and other movements.. is this normal

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Answer: Hi! If you are a first time Mom you will need some time to understand the movements, around 19-25 weeks you will be able to feel the movements. The baby keeps moving in the sac but in initial days its too tiny that we dont understand it but later when the baby starts growing then the movements become sharper and prominent first few movements are misunderstood as gas its so quick but with time it improves. Good luck!
Answer: Hiyes don't worry A women can start feeling the baby movements anytime from bet 16-24 weeks So don't worry you will be able to start feels ng the baby movements soon All the best
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