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    Default Anterior placenta, when did u first feel movement?

    title says it all really.

    Most of the girls in my due in group are feeling flutters etc...


    Im not and Im freaking out. I remember my placenta was at the front with ds#2 as well and i didnt feel anything for ages... But still.

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    Hi there :-)

    I didn't have an anterior placenta with either child however with my first I felt movement at 21 weeks and with my second omg not till 24 weeks !! Needless to say I was freaking out lol

    How many weeks are you again?

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    24 weeks with my first. Around 20 weeks this time. Anterior placenta with both!

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    I felt movement early on even though I have an anterior placenta. I was not expecting anything until around 24 weeks, but felt it way before then, so maybe you will, too? By 21 weeks I could even see and feel movement by placing my hand on my tum, so much more than just flutters, to which I was pleasently surprised

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    Oh phew!!! Thanks gals.

    Im only 16 weeks!

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    I've had anterior each time, and one of the pregnancies I didn't feel anything until 24 weeks!

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    I've got an anterior placenta & only felt "something" at around 20 weeks. It was more of a rolling feeling that could easily be mistaken for bad wind :-) I didn't feel proper kicks until 22 weeks & even then it was only at night when I was laying down. It's only been the last week that in feeling bub more often & during the day. My OB told me at my 14w check not to expect anything until at least 22weeks.

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    I was around 19 weeks

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    Thanks everyone

    All very comforting info, ive gotten that second tri energy boost so feeling great combined with no flutters others speak of has left me feeling anxious and paranoid.

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    This is my first and I have an anterior placenta.
    I started feeling obvious movement about 16 or 17 weeks, and was quite surprised as my midwife had said not to expect it until at least 20 weeks.

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