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Question: I'm 21 weeks pregnant nd i still don't feel my baby movements

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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. By the second pregnancy, some women start to feel movements as early as 13 weeks. Early in your pregnancy, you may just feel a few flutters every now and then. But as your baby grows -- usually by the end of the second trimester -- the kicks should grow stronger and more frequent. Studies show that by the third trimester, the baby moves about 30 times each hour. But if I share my personal experience my gynae told me that there should be movement every hour. Hope it helps.
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. Hope this helps!
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, don't get worried, fetal movement may be like butterfly click, twittering,swigg or roll
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