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Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
1st Dec '12

you are def feeling gas bubbles... your fetus isnt floating in your uterus anyways it's attatched firmly to the wall of your uterus.

luvmy2grlz&boy! 19 kids; Neepawa, Manitoba 2371 posts
1st Dec '12
Quoting Chelsey Lee:" you are def feeling gas bubbles... your fetus isnt floating in your uterus anyways it's attatched firmly to the wall of your uterus."


:?::?::?::?:

Amy mommy of 4 Due June 27; 51 kids; Arlington, Washington 361 posts
1st Dec '12

So your baby isn't floating in the sack In your uterus and the placenta Isnt fIrmly attatched? Ok. I must of not understood this part if my anotomy classes. Sorry.

Amy mommy of 4 Due June 27; 51 kids; Arlington, Washington 361 posts
1st Dec '12

Funny how I don't feel gas bubbles like this when I'm not pregnant. Hmmm strange.

Not here to please you 3 kids; Jacksonville, Florida 2214 posts
1st Dec '12
Quoting Amy Burnham:" Funny how I don't feel gas bubbles like this when I'm not pregnant. Hmmm strange."


I dont think it gas bubbles more like air pockets IMO.

Boy oh Boy! Due May 23; Chicago, Illinois 63 posts
2nd Dec '12

Its NOT gas bubbles. Last time I checked, when I get gas bubbles I actually fart or have a BM not too long afterwards. At 10 weeks I felt the same thing. It was more like the sensation of a fish swimming. Its an amazing feeling. Congrats!

!!Katie!! 1 child; Tennessee 2794 posts
2nd Dec '12
Quoting OneBlessing:" Its NOT gas bubbles. Last time I checked, when I get gas bubbles I actually fart or have a BM not too ... [snip!] ... At 10 weeks I felt the same thing. It was more like the sensation of a fish swimming. Its an amazing feeling. Congrats!"

So, you know for sure she's not having gas huh?



OP - I think the chances of it being the baby at this point are pretty small, but I suppose it's not impossible. I felt DS for the first time at 14weeks, which is pretty early for a first pregnancy, Congrats!

!!Katie!! 1 child; Tennessee 2794 posts
2nd Dec '12
Quoting Chelsey Lee:" you are def feeling gas bubbles... your fetus isnt floating in your uterus anyways it's attatched firmly to the wall of your uterus."

Uhhhh...Noooo.



I think you're confused....



The placenta is attached, the baby is not...

love my boys Xs three :) Due July 29; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; keystone heights, FL, United States 582 posts
2nd Dec '12

I think the chances at 10 weeks are pretty slim.. the baby is still VERY tiny, only about a inch long... this is my third pregnancy & my first two i didn't feel a thing until around 18 weeks and im very petite. \

Boy oh Boy! Due May 23; Chicago, Illinois 63 posts
2nd Dec '12

Obviously everyone has different experiences so like I said, I felt it at 10 weeks but others will swear it was gas. Either way congrats and in due time you will definitely feel your little one kicking away. Good luck.

Lovemommylife Due June 2; 1 child; 3 angel babies; New Mexico 1421 posts
2nd Dec '12

I don't understand why women have to be right all the time on this site, anything is possible especially with a women who has had multiple pregnancies, I'm sure she know fetal movement versus gas. Congrats mamma I don't feel my lol really until 18 weeks and constant movement at around 22-24 because of my placenta :/

Two boys & two girls Due November 14; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Everett, Washington 229 posts
2nd Dec '12

I'm geussing your due in june so you should come to our June due date 2013 part two group. A lot of us women have felt baby early!! Congrats so exciting!!