You wanted to know if it’s possible to feel your baby’s movement early on in pregnancy. And about the earliest a woman is going to feel movement is about 16 to 17 weeks at the earliest. And some women may not feel it until about 20 to 21 weeks gestation. If you think about it, at 6 weeks, your baby is only about the size of a pomegranate seed, and so any movement is not going to be impactful enough for you to feel. And even at 9 weeks, the baby is only about the size of a cherry, and at 12 weeks, maybe about the size of a plum. So they need to be about the size of a sweet potato or a pear, which is around 15, 16, 17 weeks in order for you to feel their movements. If you are thinking that you might be pregnant and you’re wondering if the sensations you are feeling in your belly are movement, just keep that pomegranate seed in mind. And if you feel like you might be pregnant, then take a home pregnancy test if you missed your period. That’s actually the first sign of pregnancy. So if your period hasn’t already been missed, then wait and see if the day comes when it should start and it doesn’t. And if that day comes, then take a home pregnancy test. But if you do start a period, then know that that’s a great sign that you’re not pregnant, because pregnant women won’t have periods. If you have more questions or concerns about sensations you’ve been having, if something is painful and it’s persistent or getting worse, then be sure to talk with your doctor about it, and after asking you more specific questions, they can give you tailored information and advice. If you have more questions in the future for me, feel free to ask them on our Intermountain Moms Facebook and Instagram pages, and recommend us to your friends and family too.