Does Not Feel Fetal Movements During Pregnancy At The Age Of 13 Weeks?

I was late in the morning, I was 13 weeks pregnant, but how come I didn’t feel anything, was that normal?

1 Answer:

Hello Latifah,

At 13 weeks gestation, the estimated fetal weight is around 23 grams with a length of 7.4cm. In some pregnant women may be able to feel fetal movements since the age of 13 weeks. But if you do not feel fetal movement at this time, it is probably still within normal limits, because some other pregnant women feel the first fetal movement at the age of more than 13 weeks to 20 weeks.

You don't need to worry for now. You can try to provoke fetal movements in the following ways:

 Lie on your left side Talk to the fetus Gently press the stomach and wait for the response of the fetus Drink cold water to stimulate fetal movements Put ice in the abdomen briefly More important is to carry out routine pregnancy control once a month or according to the schedule of your obstetrician. By exercising routine control, your fetus's condition can be monitored well. If you have begun to feel fetal movements, you can monitor fetal movements every day.

Hope it helps you,

Thank you

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