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First time mothers usually will not feel the baby move until 16-20 weeks or even later. It’s not because the baby isn’t moving, it’s just because these new mothers do not yet recognize the earlier, gentler movements. Experienced mothers will often feel the baby move at 14-15 weeks.
In the beginning, you may notice only a few kicks a day. The baby is relatively small compared to the size of the uterus and you will not feel it kicking unless it kicks the wall of the uterus. As pregnancy progresses, you feel the baby more often because its movements are stronger and it always bumps into the wall of the uterus when it moves.