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#1 of 7 Old 05-25-2008, 10:21 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My doctor told me not to expect movement until 20-24 weeks. Yeah... I've been feeling Smudge for a week or so and I'm 17w, 1d today. Some days I feel nothing, other days it feels like 10 minutes kick boxing is going on in my uterus. It's not just the flutter/squirm feeling, it's actual pops and light jabs. Is anyone else feeling this too?

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Yep, me too. I've been feeling movement since 13 weeks, and super-active movement since 16 weeks (I'm 18 weeks tomorrow). I can't believe the difference not having an anterior placenta makes! This baby feels like she's all over myuterus all at once.

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My babe is very active, too. I started feeling flutters around 13 weeks and have felt jabs from the outside in the past week. I'll be 17 weeks tomorrow.

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Definitely! I'm 16 weeks and it seems like baby is on a schedule. Certain times of the day I can almost guarantee feeling a flurry of activity. I just can't wait until DP can feel from the outside.

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I have been feeling movement since 13 weeks and I am 17 weeks today, and it seems movement has slowed. I wonder if I may have an anterior placenta this time, though...

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LOL as I am reading this I swear I am feeling baby move for the first time! Just little flutters. Last pg I felt movement starting at 14wks with an anterior placenta so I've been expecting to feel this one at least that soon since my placenta is posterior (15wks today). And last time Hubby was able to feel movements from outside around 17wks, that boy sure was active! (and still is lol). I can't wait to feel the little jabs and kicks

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I haven't been feeling much at all and I know that my placenta is at the back. Every once in a while I feel a flutter, but definitely nothing like pokes or jabs yet at all. My doc said to expect it about 19 weeks, but I know people feel it much earlier.

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