The fetal kick count isn't usually started until 28 weeks. If you are worried about it, drink some juice or cold water, then go lie down on your left side. that is what is recommended for the fetal kick count. If you get to a point where you've done that and still don't feel anything - call your clinic and let them know your concerns.
I had that happen to me when I was around 18-20 weeks & it freaked me out. I found out that he was turned towards my back so that's why I couldn't feel him moving. That could be the case with you; however if it really worries you contact your doctor. Also try drinking juice & laying down to see if you feel anything. I hope this helps :)
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