(Closed) Anterior Placenta and Movements or Lack of

posted 5 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
220 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

@panda1126:  I think you are probably feeling baby!  i also have an anterior placenta and started feeling kicks around 22 weeks.  Just enjoy it — they’ll continue getting stronger over the next few weeks!

Post # 4
1153 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@panda1126:  It sounds to me like you are feeling the baby move. I was just reading in one of my pregnancy books (What to Expect) that fetal activity becomes more oganized & consistent with more clearly defined periods of rest & activity between weeks 28 to 32. It also said babies are most active between 24 and 28 weeks because they are small enough to “bely dance, somersault, kickbox and do a full aerobic step class in their uterine home.” Hope this helps!

Post # 5
3697 posts
Sugar bee

Yup, that’s your baby! Totally normal at that point to go through slow periods where you feel little-to-nothing for a day or two – it often correlates with a growth spurt. (You may also notice yourself feeling extra tired at those times).

Post # 7
12247 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2013

Definitely the baby!

I also felt the baby a couple times a week for a few weeks before I started feeling her move regularly.

Most moms start feeling regular movement between 24-28 weeks, but doctors don’t expect regular movement until after that!

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