Somebody Anybody Please

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flippin out in florida - July 19

ok, im 34. i have 3 kidz, 16, 14, and 5. so i should not be flipping out over this. i have not missed a period at all. but 2 days ago i started feeling flutters in my stomach, i thought about it a few minnutes and blew it off. then again yesterday more of the same. so i decided i do the drink cold and see if anything happened well it did. how can this be? anybody ever have this happen i dont know what to think and i surely cant tell my family until i know

 

Nn - July 19

what do you mean you drink something cold? im sorry i don't understand???

 

KJ - July 19

do the drink cold- sorry i am confused by this??? plz explain

 

flippin out in florida - July 19

when your pregnant and want to get the baby moving , the doctor tols me to drink cold juice, i ofcourse drank soda always, and the baby gets moving. way back 16 years ago the doctor made me keep track at least once a day of the babies movement.

 

Nicole - July 19

Have you been tracking your cycle so that you know approximately the date you ovulated? If so, I a__sume you had relations with someone within your ovualtion window? I,m not sure, but it does seem awfully early to feel such movement. If you are pregnant, the embryo is only about 1/6 of an inch long at 14 days.

 

me - July 19

It is possible (rare, but possible) that you are pregnant and have just gotten your period throughout your pregnancy. That would explain why you would feel movement...you could be a few months along already. On the other hand, it could just be in your head. (I hope you don't take offense to that.) Anyway, you should go to your doctor and have an ultrasound done to see what's going on. (If it makes you feel any better, my friend's mom was 5 months pregnant before she found out...she just thought the movement was gas.)

 

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