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jordyn2_999
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Registered: ‎05-29-2014

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

yes i feel flutters also and this is baby #3 for me also and my bump is showing already also and i'm only 8 weeks how far along are you?i can feel the bump also so i know this feels different then when i was carring my boys
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jordyn2_999
Posts: 30
Registered: ‎05-29-2014

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

is this your first baby if so yes it would be very nice to see your babies heart beat. i cried happy tears when i heard my first babies heart beat. this is baby #3 i'm 8 wks also you have a due date yet? i find out my due date on June 25th.
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jordyn2_999
Posts: 30
Registered: ‎05-29-2014

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

and have some some soup crackers for the queezy feeling
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bianca.vasquez4321
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Registered: ‎05-05-2014

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

Im 15 weeks, when i lay on my back it feels like i have a ball in my lower stomach then without a doubt it feels like i get a push on my bladder and i have to rush to the bath room. I cant wait to have my first sonogram to see what im having.
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jessieaherold
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Registered: ‎11-02-2013

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

I am just shy of 20 weeks and am not sure about feeling butterflies but I have been starting to feel what feels like bubbles popping in my lower abdomen below my belly button. Sometimes it happens a few times in a row and then stops and then other times it happens just once or twice. I am guessing its the baby moving but still a little nervous bc of how my first pregnancy abruptly ended. I have my first appointment with my new doctor on thursday...

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rosie98876
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Registered: ‎05-06-2014

Re: FLUTTERS AND BUTTERFLIES

Yes, Jessie!  That's the baby you're feeling.  Mine went from flutters to big bubbles popping in the same area!  It's a very reassuring feeling!  Don't worry!  Baby moving means baby is alive and well!  My doctor uses a hand held dopler monitor to check the heart rate at each visit.  If yours doesn't ask them to check the baby's heart rate!  Good Luck! 

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