How early can you feel your baby kick if you have a tilted uterus?
If you have an introverted uterus there is a great chance that you will not get pregnant until manipulated or position properly.
I'm 13 weeks pregnant and i keep having a full bladder - is it too early for the baby to be on my bladder?
it doesn't really matter. some parents even read to the baby in the uterus since the fetus can hear after a period of time. whenever you feel comfortable, but i would guess the sooner you read to him/her, the sooner they may learn to read. my parents read to me early and i learned to read at three years old. but again, whenever you feel is the right time.
Yes your body is changing so fast now. Tell your spouse not to worry you'll be back to normal sex soon. And no it wont hurt the baby. If he starts to feel the baby, have him back up some. Your spouse will not "feel" the baby during intercourse unless his hand is on your stomach and the baby moves. For this to be possible, his penis would have to be so long that it…
If you are expecting your first baby you can expect to feel your baby for the first time between 18 and 24 weeks gestation. If this is not your first baby you can expect to feel your baby a bit sooner than you felt your first. This is usually said to happen because you know what you're feeling for and your uterus is more stretched out than it was the first time around There may…
Once your uterus has grown past the top of your pubic bone and reached the abdominal cavity (past 12 weeks), you can gently "pump" your lower stomach area to swish the amniotic fluid around inside. This might get fetus to respond, and in some cases you may feel a fluttering sensation as a result. The bones are still soft around 12 weeks, so most women, especially first time mothers, do not feel movement this early…
It is called an anterior placenta which means the placenta is attached to the front wall of your uterus (rather than the back wall which is more common). It doesn't mean anything other than there is a little extra cushioning between the wall of your uterus and your baby so you probably won't feel baby's first movements until a little later into your pregnancy (probably around 20 weeks or more if you are also overweight).
Yes, if you are early in pregnancy before you can feel your baby move. Later on, once you can feel your baby move you may feel a difference in the movements,a dead baby rolls rather than kicks. Go to your doctor or midwife and get them to scan you or just listen for the heartbeat to set your mind at rest.
The hard part that is felt in the abdomen during pregnancy is the uterus. Early in pregnancy this will be within the pelvis. You may be able to feel it near the top of your pelvic bone. You may be able to feel your uterus at the very bottom of your belly when you are about 15-16 weeks pregnant. Slim girls will probably feel it before girls with more fat.
they feel for your fundus (top of uterus) and unless you are 10 weeks or so, they cant feel anything because your fundus is still behind your pubic bone. after that the doctor can estimate how far along you are. contrary to popular belief, you start growing from the bottom, and grow up, the baby does not start mid-section and grow out.
Can you feel the head or arms as well? The baby could either be lying down along the bottom of your uterus, so legs at lower left side and head at lower right side. Are you carrying quite low? If you are, then I expect that's the position the baby is in. If not, the baby could be at diagonals, with his/her feet at the lower left side and head at the top right
It will feel completely normal. At 3 weeks past conception (which doctors call 5 weeks pregnant) your baby will be 1mm long. There will be no changes in your body that you can see or feel. In a couple of weeks, a trained doctor will be able to feel a change in your uterus, but you will probably not be able to feel it.
If you are pregnant and would like to see if you can feel your uterus, I would recommend laying down and pressing down towards your spine.. Most likely, you will probably feel nothing, however, it is a good reference point! The best time to feel your uterus is right after orgasm, that is when the uterus is hard and can be felt very eaisly! So after orgasm, lay down and try feeling for it, I…