I think my baby is moving!?

I can't tell, it definitely feels different then gas, like something is kind of fluttering in my lower tummy!

I think he or she is moving his tiny little arms and/or legs! It kinda feels like electrical pulses sometime, I can't fully explain, not painful, but at times it is a lil uncomfortable....

What do you think, I'm only 18 weeks along, so he/she is only about 5 to 5 1/2 inches long from head to butt...!

6 Answers

  • 9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Your baby at 18 weeks is 14cm long head to butt!

    The baby movement feels like a fluttery feeling what I did was I had a cold drink and layed down and baby did what felt like a summer salt and that's how I new- I felt her at 14 weeks. As the weeks go on you will feel it more than feel kicks!! I first felt it while sitting down in my pelvic area lol still do now but everywhere.

    It's the most amazing feeling!! Enjoy it :)

    Congrats and good luck :)

    Source(s): 24 weeks :)
  • 9 years ago

    I was 18 weeks when I felt the first movements! It is a little uncomfortable, especially as the baby gets bigger, but it is the best part about pregnancy. Rub and talk to your belly! Your baby will love it and it is a great bonding experience!

  • Jenn
    Lv 4
    9 years ago

    It's possible that you feel the baby kicking. I only REALLY felt a good real kick around 20 weeks of pregnancy. It's a funny feeling :]

    Source(s): 38 weeks pregnant.
  • 9 years ago

    Yaay isn't that great?? What a wonderful feeling when you finally know it's not gas!! I had those pulses too and it's normal. It will only get STRONGER!! CONGRATS TO YOU!!

    Source(s): Mother of 2
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  • Grin
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    I think you are feeling your baby! How exciting.

    Little flutters or thumps

  • 9 years ago

    You could be feeling movement that early. Its a great feeling isnt it :)

    Enjoy it now while he/she is still tiny! lol

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