Baby Kick Counter: When to Count Kicks

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Baby Kick Counter: When to Count Kicks

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The earliest that a mother will feel her baby moving within her tummy is at 26 weeks, this is because the baby is too small to be able to ‘kick’ at any prior point in your pregnancy. While this may vary from baby to baby, it is wise to be on the watch-out, since the 26th week especially in case of multiple pregnancies (twins or more), and in case of complicated
pregnancies.

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