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Question: When the movement of baby starts

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Answer: Dear babys movement starts from 14 week of pre but they are not strong that can be feel. So a mother starts getting babys movement at 19-21 week of pregnancy. So as you are in your 18 week of pregnancy so just wait for a week or two and hopefully you will get babys movement. The first baby movement are felt like fluttering, butterflies or pricking. And do remember that baby moves when you eat , drink or lie down. So whenever you do these activities just hold your baby bump and feel the movement..
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