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    Stomach Flutters
    FingersCrossed posted:
    Hey I have never reached out like this before but hoping to get some feedback. I am trying to get pregnant and right now I am 8 days past ovulation. For last couple hours I have had these strong flutter feelings on my left side under belly button. Its like an odd pulling/butterfly ticklish feeling. Could this be a pregnancy symptom?
    Spartan_Mommy responded:
    I googled stomach flutters in early pregnancy and saw that many women have said that. I personally think that it is most likely muscle spasms or gas bubbles, but I suppose it is possible.

    Are you feeling fatigued, sick, moody, sore breasts, exhausted? Those are the more typical early pregnancy signs.

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