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#1 of 2 Old 02-22-2003, 06:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I know that up until a certain point it's okay if the babies seem more active on some days, and barely so on others.

That's not until around 28 weeks though, right?

I'm forgetting all the stuff I learned the first time around.

Ugh. One of the things I absolutely hate about a high risk pregnancy...I get alarmed at the slightest 'off' possibility! I can feel both of the boys move on occasion, they're just really quiet most of the time now and then. :/
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I think after 28 weeks is when you can start doing 'kick counts' because the activity is more predictable... I will be 30 weeks Monday and I have *definitely* noticed that sometimes this baby has busier days then others, even when my activities are the same every day. Some days the movements are more gentle and pensive, some days it seems like Spawn is planning its escape, lol.

Also, I am not sure how carrying *twins* would affect that... I mean, they are going to get crowded sooner and I don't know if that would make them wiggle more or less... any mamas of twins who can comment on that?

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