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    yep, both my pregnancies placenta was at the front.
    1st I felt around 18 weeks, 2nd (current pregnancy) was alot earlier at about 15 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMetal View Post
    yep, both my pregnancies placenta was at the front.
    1st I felt around 18 weeks, 2nd (current pregnancy) was alot earlier at about 15 weeks
    Omg have you had another baby ♡ congrats! I just came back to the forum so I had no idea.

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    I never felt flutters. At 19 weeks I was laying with my hand on my belly and felt her kick from the inside and outside

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    13 weeks I felt the distinctive belly flop feeling onto my pelvic floor. Was my 2nd baby so knew it couldn't be anything else. Then felt lots of kicks to my innards and bladder but none on the outside big enough for DH to feel until about 25 weeks.

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    I didn't feel proper kicks and movement until about 22 weeks with this baby (anterior placents) and it's my second successful pregnancy.

    With my son, I felt him around 18 weeks (posterior placenta).

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    Both my babies I had an anterior placenta. With my first I felt no flutters or movement until after 26 weeks and I used to freak out all the time about not feeling movement so was forever drinking ice cold drinks and getting monitored to be on the safe side. I did not feel kicks on the outside until 30 weeks and I didn't consider myself to be huge when pregnant. My second I felt movements from around 20 weeks but did not feel definite kicks until about 25 weeks.

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    Around 15 weeks, 3rd babe, first anterior placenta. But I have felt all my babies move early - between 13-15 weeks. The anterior placenta just meant I felt the stronger kicks in different places later on.

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    Currently pregnant for the first time with DS and only just felt him for the first time a week ago, at 22 weeks. Came as a shock that it was so strong after nothing for months! As soon as I could feel him from the inside I was able to feel him from the outside too so my partner was able to be involved immediately! Not much movement during the days yet but makes an appearance every night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numummy View Post
    Both my babies I had an anterior placenta. With my first I felt no flutters or movement until after 26 weeks and I used to freak out all the time about not feeling movement so was forever drinking ice cold drinks and getting monitored to be on the safe side. I did not feel kicks on the outside until 30 weeks and I didn't consider myself to be huge when pregnant. My second I felt movements from around 20 weeks but did not feel definite kicks until about 25 weeks.
    Can I ask why ice cold drinks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Best Things View Post
    Can I ask why ice cold drinks?
    The cold temp tends to wake baby up and make them kick more

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