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I'm 27 weeks pregnant with an anterior placenta (in front), which they say can really pad the feeling of kicks. So far I have felt little flutters here and there but only when I'm lying down and only very small ones (like muscle twitches). They're also lower down than my doctor said I would feel them. Did anyone else with an anterior placenta not feel movement until this late?
I'm getting another ultrasound tomorrow and the baby was moving on the last one, but I just wanted to see if anyone else didn't feel anything until this far along.
I had an anterior placenta w/ my third child and didn't feel much movement most of the pregnancy, although it did amp up in the third trimester. I will say that it freaked me out because I always felt my babies early and often, so the anterior placenta just really made me worry for awhile. I had to learn what was "normal" for that pregnancy and rely on my instinct.