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    Question Could I be feeling movement?

    For the past day or 2, every once and a while (but more than once a day) I have been feeling tiny little flutters and shifts in the general uterus region. My doctor told me that I would probably feel movement earlier than with my first (I think I was at 17 weeks when I first felt T) but 13 weeks seems awfully early. Do you think it's possible? Moms of two or more, what is the earliest you have felt movement?
    -Alissa, mom to Tristan (5) and Reid (the baby!)

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    It's very possible for you to feel movement this early. I started to feel some at around 13 weeks or just before. I think the average for first time moms is something like 20 or 24 weeks, but the overall range is 13 to 30 weeks. It can vary a lot.
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    I felt Kostas starting at 14 weeks and Cricket at 10 weeks so I absolutely think you could be feeling movement! Such an amazing milestone and part of pregnancy!
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    Thanks for the reassurance ladies! It's such an exciting thing to be able to feel the little one sloshing around in there, but I also didn't want to get all worked up over gas. LOL
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    Ooh I hope so! I'm jealous, I can't wait to feel the baby.
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    So, I might have extensively googled this...LOL. For btdt moms, anytime after 12 weeks is when you usually start to feel your LO. how exciting!!
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    Yeah I agree, it probably is the baby!!! How fun!!!!
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    VERY cool! I don't remember feeling the baby that early last time but it was definitely earlier than with the first. I can't wait to feel it!
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    that is exciting!!! I can't wait to feel some movement in there, puts my mind at ease...
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