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I'm due the 6th and up until a couple days ago I only felt a few little taps and rolls. Then a couple days ago (s)he started doing aerobics in there and it was very noticeable It'll happen! If your placenta is up front or baby is tucking itself down low or facing your back it could take longer.
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Gavin, Kason, Aidyn,Adelynn & Rylen due July 7, 2015 - born June 5th!
I am due Oct. 26 and still just feel faint flutters. I was worried because I felt DS at about 18 weeks and thought I would feel this one sooner since it is my second. But the u/s tech commented that I have an anterior placenta (in the front) so I might not feel this baby as much. That made me feel better!
I am due Nov.2 so I'm 18 weeks today and am 100% sure I felt baby movement at 14 weeks just once while my midwife was using the doppler to find the heartbeat. Since then I have only felt really really light flutters occasionally but nothing that I can say 100% sure was the baby. It is my third baby and I was feeling both my boys fairly regularly by 18 weeks so I am finding it hard not to worry.
I'm due Nov 4th and I havent felt anything either, I start to think that I do and then I dont feel anything for a while. I'm glad we arent the only ones because I was starting to get nervous, especially when everyone keeps asking if I have felt anything.
I'm due on the 5th and I feel the baby every now and then. I have to be laying flat on my back and really concentrating in order to feel noticeable movement. But I haven't felt anything constant so far.
I'm due Nov. 2 with my first, and I haven't felt anything yet. To be honest, if I hadn't seen this kid on multiple ultrasounds, I wouldn't believe I was actually pregnant! But I have an anterior placenta and LOTS of extra padding for her to kick through, so she'll have a job making me feel her move around! I'm 18 weeks now, so I'm hoping I'll start feeling something in the next couple of weeks. Can't wait!