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    Default Anyone had/have an anterior placenta?

    When did you first feel bub move?

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    Felt him move at 18 weeks.

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    Yes, I felt him at 19+2 and dp felt him 2 days later!

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    Probably felt movements at about 18 weeks. Can't quite remember but it was quite late.

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    I had an anterior placenta with DS & have one with this bub as well. With DS I first felt defined movement (kick, punch) at 22wks but felt flutters from 18wks.

    With this one I felt flutters from 14wks & kicks from 16wks.

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    Anterior placenta and felt bub move at 16+1. I was lying on my stomach at the time and the movement was just the tiniest of pokes. I don't think I would have felt them if I wasn't lying on my stomach. The movement was obvious enough for DP to feel very tiny pokes by 18+5.

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    I didn't feel anything definite until 22 weeks. Probably some flutters earlier than this, but didn't realise until later.

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    about 22 weeks

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    I did with DS...I think I felt flutters from around 16 weeks but was prob closer to 20 before I felt confident I was in fact feeling baby movement....


 

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