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Well I am 15 weeks tomorrow and a couple weeks back I posted about feeling "something" which I thought was Bub because I had never felt it before but the last week I haven't felt anything. I'm starting to get anxious...this is baby # 2 and they say you should feel it earlier then you did with your first.
Should I be worried?
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Although some people say they can feel the baby earlier, there are other factors that can also impact when you feel your lo moving (like placental position, etc). I wouldn't be worried at this point...I bet you will definitely start feeling bub within the next couple weeks!
I wouldn't worry at all. I felt one movement at 15 1/2 this time, then nothing for a couple of weeks. I think it just made me worry more! Things didn't really pick up for me until about 20...and this is my second.
i wouldnt worry hun. yes it is a comfort feeling baby move and knowing everything is ok but sometimes, you just wish they would lay still for 10 mins so enjoy it while you can!
i felt movement very early with this one and then nothing for a few weeks because baby had decided to hide in a strange position
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I didnt feel anything for quite awhile and even after that I didnt feel her much the whole time. I found out my placenta was in the front which buffed a lot of the movements. I'm sure their doing great in there just taking it easy and gearing up for all the active later on.