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I felt that i was feeling the baby a few weeks ago probably between 14-16 but i have not really felt it the last 2 weeks.... what do you think are the chances that it wasn't the baby i was feeling? it worries me that i don;t feel it anymore.... maybe it was just gas before? or cus my placenta is in the front maybe the baby is now under it as it grows????
anyone else experiencing this? or other pregnancies??
I think i need to stop over thinking things!!!!
(i am also still having tons of discharge... i still question if my fluid is leaking)
I still haven't figured out if I've felt the baby move. Maybe it's gas bubbles or maybe it's movement -- I don't know. I use my doppler every couple of days to make sure that everything is okay.
I'm sure everything is okay with your little one. If you're really worried, maybe you could go in for a quick heart beat check at your doctor's. I'd tell you to stop overthinking things, but then I'd be a hyporcrite.
I was that same way. I felt flutters off and on for a few weeks and then for two weeks, nothing. Three days ago I started feeling him again, but it's been kicks now, not flutters. I would give it a few days or a week or so!
Kat, mommy to Gideon (9-8-10) and Arie (7-6-12), expecting River (4-14)
With my dd I felt her at about 15wks, just flutters though, and then not much at all. When I had my 20wk scan with her, thats when I found out the placenta was directly over the top of her (anterior) and I never felt her much through the whole pregnancy, thank god for my doppler with her! But yes, as the baby gets bigger and you have an anterior placenta (which gets bigger with baby) it may be very hard to feel the baby at all........Im sure your u/s will make you feel much better and they will measure your fluid too, hopefully giving you big reasurance!!
Thank you Shortcake for my beautiful siggy..]
Momma of 8 beautiful children now. Most recent is Jerry Jr. born 11/19/12 at 37wk, 7lbs 6oz and 19.5inches and Baby Reymundo born 10/7/13 at 35w6d, 6lbs 7oz, 19.5 inches. Momma of 5 angels. New siggy to come!
I've been going through the same thing. I was feeling baby almost every day starting at 13 weeks but then for the last few weeks I haven't really felt much. It's so hard not to worry. I can't wait until the 28th when I have my u/s. I really need some reassurance.