23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 13 wk pregnant. 14th ongoing. On 13th wk i had quickening once, but since then m not feeling any kind of movement. Can anyone plz suggest me on this. Everyday thus keeps on coming in my mind why there is no movement i cn feel. Last scan was NT SCAN which was normal. Plz suggest

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Answer: Hello, The first time when you feel your baby’s movements and begin to realize its presence is called as pregnancy quickening. Many mothers tend to feel it as someone tapping from within, or a vibrating sensation as if a bird is taking flight. Some babies tend to make it feel as if they are punching or kickingaround inside the body. But nothing to worry about the movements of a baby you will feel will be from 18 to 25 weeks onwards please have patience and wait for the proper baby movements to happen. There is nothing to worry about.
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