Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am feeling moment but not more why so
Answer: At this stage of pregnancy a baby is just barely large enough to press against the outer abdominal wall, which is how you feel the kicks. It's possible that your baby just has enough room to move around still, so you're not feeling the movements as much.
If you are really concerned, I would contact your doctor and ask about it. They can bring you in for a quick viability check by listening with a doppler for the baby's heartbeat.
Question: I have passed 23 weeks pregnancy yet i am not feeling baby kick when will i feel it i am very eagerly waiting for this moment
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: From yesterday am not feeling baby moment
Answer: Hello! Since it is early in the pregnancy, there is nothing to worry if you don't feel the movements on one day. But if it is continuously for two days, then please consult the doctor. Also after 26 weeks it's important to feel the movements on daily basis.