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Ok so this is my 3rd pregnancy and I know technically is too early to feel anything since the little bean is the size of the bean, but for the past two days I have been feeling this tiny little "flutter". I know is not gas, is not a twich, not a muscle spam, it's different. It feels just like it did the first time I felt my daughter move but she was my first and I was past 8 weeks. I'm only 7 weeks and 2 days, but I swear I can feel it. It is also in the same spot, on my left side towards the center and a little bit lower than my ovary. It's really soft but yesterday I had my finger on the spot and I felt it. If I didn't know I was pregnant I would completely overlook it. Has anyone else experience anything like this?
This is #6 for me and I feel tiny bubble like movements but I know for me anyways it's not the baby. At this point it barely has arms and leg buds so I don't think it really moves a whole lot. I felt my ds last year for sure at 16 weeks.
While with each pregnancy you can feel things/and show earlier than the last, I do agree with Grace. Baby is just now growing those arm/leg buds and in the 8th week is when the baby actually starts making small movements. Most likely it's just gas.
I've been feeling those flutters too! They definitely feel different from normal gas bubbles, and I don't get those feelings when I'm not pregnant. I agree with the other gals that its just way too early to be feeling the baby.
Here's a theory... maybe they are gas bubbles brushing up against our unusually large and sensitive uterus??
I've felt Thise things and laughed bc it feels like baby but it can't be, not yet! I've consistently felt all mine at 15 wks. And it's different! You probably won't notice the difference until you feel the real thing! Then you'll be like, oh that's it!