Fluttering Near Uterus At Most 4 Weeks

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worried1234 - February 25

ok so i am extremely worried about this. Last month my period came on time and i am expecting it again within the next few days, but last night after me and my boyfriend had s_x, a few hours later i felt a very slight fluttering sensation in/near my uterus. it would only happen when i would move a certain way, and when i woke up this morning it has only happened maybe 1or 2 times since then. we always use protection when we have s_x.. except one time about 4 days ago but he didn't ejaculate inside of me(or any for that matter) Ive searched and searched the web for any help but all i've come up with is that it might be pregnancy, gas, or anxiety ( and i used tto have to take medication for my anxiety). also i read that it might be certain organs that might have been moved. and i did feel something i have never felt before and he did seem to go a tad bit deeper than usual as well. Please any help is greatly appreciated.thanks

 

worried1234 - February 25

Im taking a HCP within the next few days but i would still greatly appreciate some help..please

 

izechsmama - February 26

pregnancy related flutters usually dont happen until about 14 weeks... i've had odd fluttering in my lower abdomin a few different times and its nothing unusual.. can be gas or just movement of anything really.. but its never been an issue with me...

 

LIN - February 26

It's definitely just gas. As izechsmama said, you wouldn't feel a baby for many weeks (and probably several more than 14). At 4 days after conception, an embryo wouldn't even have implanted yet and wouldn't be more than a few cells in size.

 

worried1234 - February 26

well i know that it wouldn't be the baby moving, and also i miscalculated im actually 5 days past when i should have started my period(based on the 28 day cycle). and i read that i could be the uterus preparing itself for the baby, like lining itself with more tissue. does that make since?

 

LIN - February 26

Sure it makes sense, but then you'd have such fluttering all the time, since the uterus prepares itself for implantation every single month as part of the normal menstrual cycle. Whether you're 4 dpo or 5 dpo, it doesn't really matter. Even if a sperm and egg have come together to create an embryo that's on its way to the uterus, it hasn't implanted yet and so your body has no way of knowing if it's happened or not. Even if you were already past implantation, there's nothing the uterus would do as a consequence of pregnancy that would resemble fluttering (until the baby starts moving, of course). Such a feeling early on is usually just gas.

 

DaBonkElsMe - February 26

You know how you sometimes get muscles spasms, in, say, your leg, or a twitching in your eye? It could just be something like that but in the muscles that surround your uterus. When I get a muscle twitch, it often repeats itself several times in the same place. It doesn't sound like it would be a sign of pregnancy this early on. If you are still worried about it and you are past your period due date, a home pregnancy test would be pretty accurate at this point.

 

BrendaW - February 26

I get spasms in that area every now and then and they last for days off and on. Not sure what it is but definitely isnt a baby. Sometimes i wonder if its my intestines spasming.

 

izechsmama - February 26

worried.. i know what you are talking about.. i've had this happen to me every now and again at different times.. and its never meant pregnancy.. except for when I was pregnant I did feel the first movement of flutters at 14 weeks and then it last for a few weeks on and off and the first kicks at 18 weeks.. but it is rare for some people at even that early... i would look into the anxiety thing... that might be worth a thought.. i dont know alot about that part but dont worry everything is fine... its like what Dabonk said.. exactly that.. :)

 

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