This may vary from person to person at 22 weeks. If your are a more lean build you may feel a whole lot of movement as early as 16 weeks. I am about 22 weeks and my baby moves in cluster at time or a lot when my bladder is full. But some women don't feel anything at 22 weeks. Your baby may have his/her own pace and schedule so don't be worried. If you have no movement at all and you are starting to stress about it I would definitely go in to my Doc and be reassured by 1.listening to me baby's heartbeat 2. checking my fundal height 3.asking plenty of questions. Good luck
No, there is no reason to worry yet. You don't normally start to feel movements until 16-22 weeks.
no pregnancy is different therefore you should not be pressured
Actually at six weeks pregnant you cannot feel any movements at all by my knowledge. You may think it's the baby but it may be gas or other things going on with you. Fetal movements can be felt at 20 weeks or more i believe. Google it but i am sure you can't feel movements that soon.
Well I know as early as 8 weeks pregnant my abdomen felt very hard if I pushed on it, whereas when not pregnant I could push in pretty far if I poked by belly.
The movements are probably very small and you didn't notice them. Call your doctor so not to worry.
Yes, go and see your midwife or doctor ASAP
yes!! i found out i was pregnant at three weeks. I just felt different and sure enough i got a faint positive.
I am 28 weeks pregnant and my ob tech as well as the sonographer, both say this is impossiable because at four weeks your baby has not developed enough weight to be felt. Most women are just becoming aware of there pregnancy at this point.
Its highly unlikely that you can feel fetal movements at ten weeks, the fetus is active, but does not weigh enough and is not strong enough to be felt. Chances are, what you are perceiving as fetal movements are more likely gas bubbles.
It should be, if you are concerned talk to your OB/GYN. You probably won't feel your baby kick until around week 16 and 22, even though the baby has been moving since week 7 or 8. You may have already witnessed these movements during an ultrasound. This is often felt as a fluttering feeling or a grasshopper walking across your belly during the first movements.
Consult your doctor to make sure.
No, you cannot feel any movement at seven weeks. Your uterus hasn't even reached above your pelvic bone. Depending on your build, you can feel movement at 16 weeks. If you have been pregnant before, you can feel it as early as 12 weeks. What you are experiencing is probably gas or your BM moving in your intestines, or just bloated.