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    I am not overweight and had an anterior placenta with DD. Didn't feel movement until 20 weeks and DD was VERY active according to our ultrasound techs.

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    I have an AP - I started feeling movements at 18 weeks. I also have a Doppler and only found the heartbeat from 14 weeks.

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    At my last antenatal appointment I mentioned thy I couldn't feel baby. Midwife could hear him moving around fine so she thinks I have an anterior placenta and I also have a retrovwrted uterus. This is my 4th pregnancy and I started feeling odd tiny movements at 18 weeks, ad they've only just started becoming stronger at 20 weeks.
    I know how stressful it can be, I really hope you start to feel some movement soon.

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    @Sally1981 your story is very similar to mine. I didn't feel any definite movements until 22 weeks. By then I had already had about 20 ultrasounds, so I knew she was a busy little thing.

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    Its my second pregnancy and I have an anterior placenta.

    Started to feel movements between 20 and 21 weeks

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    I had an anterior placenta and felt definite kicks (from the outside as well) at 18 weeks

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