Wednesday, October 7, 2009

.•°*”˜˜”*°•.Tiny bubbles.•°*”˜˜”*°•.

This morning, while trying to mentally zone out my headache (didn't work, dr called and tylenol is ok to take), I felt something. Like little bubbles. Absolutely not my stomach yelling that it was hungry. Not gas. Bubbles.... it lasted for about 5 minutes. It was too cool for words....

I wasn't sure if it was too early to feel any kind of movement, so I went online and sure enough 12 weeks as about the time you can start feeling movement. With twins it's usually early.

What's also amazing is feeling the top of my uterus, right underneath my navel. There's also a strong whooshing pulse, faster than mine, and I know that's part of the process of keeping blood flow to the babies.

This is too exciting :)

4 comments:

Meganlux said...

ahhh - they say with two you feel movement earlier....

also, if you are wondering what you can take, there is a good site - www.safefetus.com - they give good details to all medicines, OTC and prescriptions and that is helpful - of course if in doubt, call your doctor.

cat said...

oh yeah! i felt movement with all the kids at around 12 weeks but it wasn't as prominent as your's sounds! yay!!!!! now for the fun when they start kicking and swimming around..hehe i'm so excited..:)

this is my favorite stage of pregnancy because you are over that hump of first tri worry and are now feeling babies rather than just knowing they are in there. *hug*

headaches..yikes. i had them bad with jonathon, not so much with the girls. i used to drink chammomile tea to mellow out and take baths. those helped. definitely call your doctor if they get bad enough to warrant meds...hopefully you won't get them often! :)

i love you sis..:)

cat said...

oh..and that whooshing pulse is most likely the placenta's blood flow...it's so awesome how you can grow a major organ to feed and nourish your babes! you know me, i'm a geek about these things...;)

xoxox

Once Upon A Time said...

How very very exciting! I think I missed the flutters/bubbles because it was the first few weeks of school and I was hectically busy. I've only really felt intermittent jabs. :)

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