20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 20 week pregnent .. all reports are found ok till yet.. but I don't feel anything ..is it ok?

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Answer: If it's your first pregnancy then you ll feel baby movement in later weeks, most probably after 22nd week. If reports are normal then there is nothing to worry about. Enjoy your pregnancy.
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