Does anyone else feel the baby very low at 24 weeks?
Hi, I'm 24 1/2 weeks preg. This is my 4th so i'm not sure if that's why I feel the baby so low. I feel her right above my private area moving all around but shouldn't she start moving up by now? Or is she just really small that's why I feel her so low. I just thought by now I would feel her above my belly button. Thanks, Liberti
Hi im 27 weeks and feel most of my baby boys kicks and punches low. Sometimes it feels like he is trying to make an early excape lol. I have to have a 32 week scan to see if he along with the placenta have moved up enough for a natural birth or not, i think he is small for this stage to can only just tell im preggo.
My doctor never said anything about the placenta being too low so I'm assuming that it's normal. I had my us when I was 18 weeks. My doc said he'd give me another one at 30 weeks. I'm still feeling the kicks very low. A lot of times when I feel the baby move it feels like bubbles. I never had that feeling with my others.
Both my boys sat onmy cervix! Cam floated up right before birth and even in labor he sat high, the only time my entire pregnancy! It's totally normal, especially after you have had a baby and been stretched a little. My first one was breech, had him turned at 36 weeks and he turned back till 39 weeks. They can turn at any time, I was told after 36 weeks they tend to get too big. Carson was over 10 lbs. at birth, they guess he was 8 lbs. when they turned him and well over 9 lbs. the last time he turned, so it can happen any time. Mine were so low wand hid far back so it took me forever to show, then I popped fast. Good luck gals!
I am 23 weeks and the baby is moving low still. In the morning I can feel it higher but during hte day it moves down to my pelvic area. My doc said I am measuring a bit smaller so that might be all it is! Good luck with everything!
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