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    I felt the first movement at around the four month mark and felt big, strong kicks all the way through.

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    Yep, felt first real pokes at 20 weeks.

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    Had an anterior with DS
    Felt first kicks at 18wks
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    I've been driving myself crazy thinking I feel flutters but I don't really know what to expect from it. I'm 17+1 and last night laying on my back I felt 2 strongish what I imagine kicks might be. I've never felt anything like it before and surely my stomach couldn't feel like that. My placenta is anterior low and it was right up the top of my uterus so maybe it's possible. Or maybe it's possible I just want it to be so! I was almost sure of it though.

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    Felt the first flutters at 18 weeks, and more noticeable movements several weeks after.

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    DS1 I had an anterior placenta and I felt him after 20 weeks. DH was a few weeks later.

    DS3 anterior again and I felt him at about 15 weeks, but he was insanely active, my midwife and even the sonographer used to comment on it.

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    I had an anterior placenta with DD3 and didn't feel actual kicks until 24 weeks.

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    Probably around 18 weeks I started to feel flutters and kicks at around 20 weeks

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    This is my 3rd baby but first anterior placenta. I have only just started feeling him kick the last few days so probably started around 17+3. They are really light but I definitely know the feeling as kicks

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    I had an anterior placenta with first bub and didn't feel definite movements until 28 weeks. With hindsight though some rumblings earlier on were probably bub...


 

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