Tomorrow I will be 18 weeks pregnant. This is my second baby. They say you can feel your baby move early in your second pregnancy. I still have yet to feel the baby move. Idk if this is normal. Im very worried. Please if you have any advice im in need. Thanks
I felt this one much later than my first...i have an anterior placenta this time so it blocked a lot of the early kicks...18w is still on the early side regardless...you probably have an anterior placenta too...im 24w3d now and feel everything... :)
this is my 3rd baby and with my son i felt him sooner like around 12-14 weeks and with my daughter i didnt feel her until i was 5 months along. and with this lil girl i only felt flutters since 14weeks and now im 21 weeks tomorrow and i feel her so much more
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