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    I had anterior with both my kids, felt DD at 16 weeks, 12 for DS, but then both mine were extreeeemly active in the womb lol

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    I have had anterior both times, and it was around 20 weeks from memory.

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    Anterior placenta with this bubs, didn't feel movement till about 22 weeks. Hubby didn't feel kicks till 27 weeks.

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    This is my second pregnancy, placenta anterior this time, and started feeling movements at 16 weeks. Don't worry, it'll happen in its own time.

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    All 3 of my babes were anterior placenta and didn't feel any of them until between 22 and 24 weeks.... It drove me bonkers with worry and anticipation....

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    I had an anterior placenta with my first and I hardly felt anything. It was probably only 2 weeks before bub came along that I actually felt movements and it was more just a foot sticking out here and there. My partner probably only felt about 5 of these kicks the whole pregnancy. I'm 20 weeks with this pregnancy and have the same again but this time I am feeling movements and that has only been very faint and over the last week.

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    I have anterior too and I felt obvious movement around 23-24 weeks. Hard for hubby to catch the kicks though still which is disappointing for him at 30 weeks.

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    Thanks for all of the replies

    My scan is 2w5d away, so im sure my nerves will calm once i find out if bubby is still ok.

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    This is my first and I have an anterior placenta. From memory it was around the 23 or 24 week mark. Even then it felt like a long time until I got lovely strong kicks rather than just the little flutters.


 

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