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    I felt flutters from 13 1/2 weeks this time, ob said it definitely happens.

    famly, I'm having similar issues to you, it's painful!

    mrsday congrats on your little girl!

    im off to Melbourne, great ocean rd, Adelaide too this weekend! So looking forward to a holiday!
    Qloulou, is there anyway they can accommodate you sitting?nbeing on your feet sucks, I'm a teacher, it's hard work being on your feet all day...

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    Not sure when I started feeling movement cause of where my placenta is, it feels a little different to first time. But the past few weeks feeling it for sure, not strong but I know it's baby. This week it feels like he's dancing on my cervix😳

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    Congrats Mrs Day Team pink!

    We had our morph scan this week and all perfect. Hearing the word 'normal' is so nice after this journey. Not great pics of bub as it kept turning to the placenta and putting its hands over its face lol. Might do the 26ish week for fun scan to see more

    Getting some interesting hormone surges right now.... instantly grumpy or suddenly high as a kite!!!! Lol poor DP... he doesnt know whst to do!

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    Hi sunrose,
    Unfortunately there is not much I can do about being on my feet. I take a break in the middle of my shift & put my feet up and eat something. I have changed some of my shifts. If it gets to much I will just have to cut my hours back more. I'm working part time now. So I just try to rest & put my feet up when I can. I have really ugly varicose veins now. What can you do? Being a teacher would be hard. Can you cut down your hours or sit when you need to? Have fun in Melbourne!



    Quote Originally Posted by sunrose View Post
    I felt flutters from 13 1/2 weeks this time, ob said it definitely happens.

    famly, I'm having similar issues to you, it's painful!

    mrsday congrats on your little girl!

    im off to Melbourne, great ocean rd, Adelaide too this weekend! So looking forward to a holiday!
    Qloulou, is there anyway they can accommodate you sitting?nbeing on your feet sucks, I'm a teacher, it's hard work being on your feet all day...

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    Congrats to every-one feeling movements isn't it wonderful! 22 weeks now. I am now really enjoying being pregnant. I'm so in love already. We are picking up our cot & mattress this afternoon. And I'm going to the baby expo on Sunday with my mum. Feeling so happy

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    Hi ladies

    Good to hear you're all doing well.
    I'm 17.5 weeks but still don't feel anything. I had an appointment with the midwife this morning - she says it's because my placenta is anterior. She also said that can make it more difficult to hear baby's heartbeat - but we got a good strong one the second she put the Doppler on.

    Heart rate 157, old wives tale says girl...

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    Hey Greenmoon, I didn't really feel much before week 20! I also have anterior placenta. So I wouldn't worry. My little mans heart beat is 155. (;
    Last edited by Qloulou; 20-06-2013 at 13:59.

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    Thanks Qloulou. I actually do think it's a boy, we're not finding out so got ages to wait!!

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    Greenmoon Ive got an anterior placenta too. Didnt feel anything until 20 weeks

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    Thanks waiting hoping.

    How many weeks are you now?


 

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