What is phantom fetal movement?

Answer Phantom fetal movement is perceived movement when there is no fetus in utero, or if the fetus has not actually moved.

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What else would feel just like fetal movement other than gas?

Answer I am 18 weeks pregnant and feel my baby on again off again. Mine feels like popcorn popping inside or like something flicking the inside of your lower abdomen right below you belly button. ... Read More »

How often should you feel fetal movement in 21 weeks?

You won't feel many movements at 21 weeks, maybe small flutters or kicks. Later on, around week 24, movements will be stronger. You should feel 10 movements every six hours. Your doctor may recomme... Read More »

How soon can you feel fetal movement if you are pregnant?

Answer If you are expecting your first baby you can expect to feel your baby for the first time between 18 and 24 weeks gestation. If this is not your first baby you can expect to feel your baby a ... Read More »

Is it harder for obese pregnant women to feel fetal movement more so than pregnant women who are pregnant and are not overweight?

it is not harder to feel the movement it just is not as harsh on your ribs and back because there is more "wiggle room" for the baby. however, it will be harder to see the movement from the outside.