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February 24th, 2006, 10:35 AM
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I started feeling movement early, around 9 weeks. But it isn't constant or even regular. Now, even at 16 weeks, it is off and on. I'll go a few days without feeling anything and start to freak and then peanut will give me a good set of flutters or kicks. I have the doppler but when I don't feel anything I am scared to look for the h/b. I know crazy huh?

I know in my other pregnancies that is is normal, but with my last pregnancy I thought it was normal too when I stopped feeling movement for a few days and it turned out she had died

Just give me some kicks baby! All day and night please!!!
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February 24th, 2006, 12:34 PM
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Oh my goodness. I know how you feel. I did the same thing... but baby is fine. I hope s/he kicks for you soon!!
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February 25th, 2006, 04:11 AM
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Me too, I am at 24 or 25 wks I can not remember.LOL. But I get really nervous too. I did not get a doppler because I was scared to be scared LOL. Good LUck hope you feel lots of kick and flutters. Blessings B
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February 25th, 2006, 04:27 AM
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I know exactly how you feel. When a few days go by w/o even a flutter I really start to worry. I also get really nervous going in for my u/s's especially if there has been no movement for a few days. I am still always afraid I will hear the worst. *Sprinkles a ton of sticky dust all over the place...just for good measure!*
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February 25th, 2006, 01:23 PM
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Even though I haven't felt my baby move yet, I kind of know what you mean. I really want to feel him/her move ,but kind of afriad too since I know I will be waiting for movement and judging movement constantly from there on in. I've decided not to get a doppler, because I am a worry wort and would end up making myself more worried with it.

I hope your peanut gives you a good strong kicks that keep you awake all night
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February 25th, 2006, 05:08 PM
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I've decided not to get a doppler, because I am a worry wort and would end up making myself more worried with it.[/b]
Yes, I agree. I am thinking of returning mine. Sometimes when I can't find the heartbeat right away I really get freaked out. Sometimes I find it in seconds, others it takes up to 20 very stressful minutes!!! I don't think I need that stress. Also then I check the heart rate and freak out if it is higher or lower than last time. I really don't need this extra stress.
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