Post # 1
I had to make my first trip to labor and delivery this evening. I am 30 weeks pregnant, and had not felt my little sweetie much at all this weekend. To ease concerns, I had a NST done and, without fail, baby girl immediately started moving around when the straps were applied to my belly. Little stinker.
To other ladies with an anterior placenta making it difficult to feel your little one, rest assured that the decreased fetal movement is likely normal. 😉
Post # 3
@Jayhawkmama: I had an anterior placenta & hardly ever felt Dear Daughter move. I really hope this time I don’t have an ap! Glad you lo looked a-okay!!
Post # 4
Glad everything was A-ok!
Post # 5
I don’t have an anterior placenta and there are times that I get freaked out because I realize I haven’t felt LO move in a while. I always try to wake it up with cold water or a sweet snack and poking my belly trying to get it to move. Once I feel it, I feel so much better. I wouldn’t be surprised if I end up in L&D for the exact same reason you did in the next few weeks. Better to be safe than sorry!!!