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    I bought myself a doppler so I could listen to bub when i haven't felt movement for a while, however its not something to be relied upon. If you are ever concerned go in and get hooked up to CTG.

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    Thanks so much for starting this thread @Tainted it's really reassuring hearing other people's experience.

    I'm going to drag in @MrsTugs 😊

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    I asked the same question when I was preg. 20w for sure. Anything before, I wasn't sure! DS was hyperactive. I could feel a lot of movements for the rest of the preg. I couldn't imagine if I had a posterior placenta.

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    I felt slight movements at 19weeks with this anterior placenta, and then definite movement and kicks at 21weeks. Was really weird and nerve wracking because with my first pregnancy I was feeling definite movements at 17weeks. Now at 31 weeks my belly always looks and feels like a roller coaster or alien trying to escape, the placenta is no barrier now 😆

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    Default Anterior Placenta- When did you feel movement?

    From memory it wasn't until 20-21 weeks. Dd is my only baby so far so I never knew what to expect. It seemed to take forever with an anterior placenta but it was so nice feeling movement about that 20 week mark. I didn't feel regular movement/kicks until much later on though.

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    My baby #4 was anterior placenter. I did not feel real movements until 22/23 weeks. Then defiantly did not feel as many movements as with other babies.
    It is a bit disturbing when you have the other pregnancys to compare too. I felt my others very early on.

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    Yes, thanks for this thread OP, 22 weeks here, it's reassuring to hear it could be next week...
    Hopefully!

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    I had an anterior placenta with DD3, it took between 22-24 weeks to feel proper movement.

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    21 weeks with DD

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    I had an anterior placenta with my second and felt her around the 18 week mark.

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