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    I had a posterior labour as well. Horrible. My back has never been the same. My little one didn't turn and got stuck on the way out.

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    I'm almost 18 weeks and still waiting 😕. I sometimes think I feel something but nothing consistent... I hope I don't have to wait until 25 weeks - I think that will send me crazy

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    Around 27 weeks from memory. It was my first bub though and with hindsight perhaps some of those 'farts' I was feeling from 20 weeks weren't actually farts after all

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    Around 20-22wks with all three.

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    Pregnant with number 2 and have anterior placenta. I've felt movements from about 15 weeks inside, started feeling from outside for about 2 weeks now and getting more and more stronger everyday. Am 21.5 weeks now.

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    This is my first bub and i hope i don't have to wait any longer. I can't wait for it to happen. Kinda weird when everyone at work keeps asking me why i haven't felt anything.

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    At about 20 ish weeks I could feel some 'flutters' but no solid kicks until about 26-28 weeks. Now at 36 weeks the kicks are super strong!

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    I had an anterior placenta too with DD and felt her first movements towards the end of my 15th week. Those very first early movements for me were felt as popping (like a bubble slowly bursting), tapping (like 3 taps in a row) and a flicking feeling similar to what I envision flicking a rubber band inside you would feel like and I felt them down low on my left hand side. Feeling her kicks came later on.

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    This is #2 with anterior placenta this time. I started to feel small 'pops' and 'bubbles' from about 16w and strong kicks on the outside at about 21w. Baby #1 I didn't feel much of anything (or so I thought) until about 24w and he had a posterior placenta. I guess it is different each time and if you know what your looking for. I'm sure it won't be too much longer!

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    I'm pregnant with #3 and it's my first anterior placenta. I felt my boys at 16 and 14 weeks, with movement on the outside by 22 and 18 weeks.

    I first felt little pops from belly bub at about 15 weeks and more substantial movement from about 18. DH finally got some decent kicks at 22 weeks.


 

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