19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I feel movement. Some time stretching is it right Time?

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Answer: Hi dear, Yes,many women starts feeling baby movements by 18 th week of pregnancy.it depends on each individual.as long as you are feeling the movements ,there is nothing to worry.please enjoy baby movements.
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