What does it really feel like? The first few times you feel movement, sometimes referred to as quickening, you may be unsure
of what you have felt, or pass it off as indigestion. Those early movements are often described as feeling like flutters, bubbles, or popcorn. As you start to feel them more regularly, you'll have a better sense of them and it will become easier to recognize it as your baby moving.
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