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    My DD was very quiet, had to drink icey water and cough a lot to get her to move. This time around I knew it was a boy before the 20 wks scan as he doesn't stop moving. DD was a chilled out good baby - what am I in for with this one???

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    I'm 27 - 28 weeks pregnant and usually my baby is very active. For the past week they have been fairly lazy and I rarely feel him/her move.
    I'm not sure if the baby is breached right now, I used to feel kicks in the centre of my body but now I get them on both my sides... I guess I'll have to get a scan to find out.

    I find that if there is any increased pressure I will get a kick eg. When I roll slightly on my side when I lay down. Of course this never seems to work when my hubby flies home to spend time with me so he's only felt the baby move once.... sneaky bubs!


 

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