From weeks 16 to 20 of your pregnancy, pregnant women can feel the first movements of their infant, called “quickening,” You may not feel your baby moving until closer to 20 weeks if this is your first pregnancy. Some females begin to feel movements as early as 16 weeks after the second pregnancy. When you are in a comfortable spot, either sitting or lying down, you are more likely to feel the baby moving. It can be difficult at first to say whether your baby has moved. In separating the first baby movements from gas, hunger pangs, and other internal movements, second and third-time moms are more adept. The movements should be more distinct for your second and third trimesters, and you will be able to feel the punches, jabs, and elbows of your baby.
It’s also important to bear in mind that at various stages of your pregnancy, the pace of motion can change. Just because in the second trimester your baby starts moving doesn’t mean it’s going to happen every day. In this trimester, erratic motion is perfectly natural.
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