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Question: I m 20 wk pregnant....bt still i did not feel any movement. Is it ok?

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Answer: Hello.. Dear usually fetal movement startrom15-25weeks,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
Answer: Tats quite normal ly ma. Some may feel the baby movements and kicks at the earlier stage. Some may feel the movement aftr 7months ly. So dont get tens
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