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April 22nd, 2012, 06:38 PM
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I'm 21 weeks and only started feeling regular daily movement last week. Only when I'm sitting still or laying down and I have an anterior placenta. You wont start kick counts until after 24 weeks. But if you go from regularly feeling a lot of movement to none at all it is worth mentioning to your doc. "Here's one common approach: Choose a time of day when your baby tends to be active. (Ideally, you'll want to do the counts at roughly the same time each day.) Sit quietly or lie on your side so you won't get distracted. Time how long it takes for you to feel ten distinct movements kicks, punches, and whole body movements all count. If you don't feel ten movements in two hours, stop counting and call your midwife or doctor." - Fetal movement: Feeling your baby kick | BabyCenter
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