i am ftm 23 weeks...how do u felt your baby moves at this time..does tht always happens..for me i could feel the movements rarely..bt that one is strong one...is that normal...or should we feel the kicks occasionally..
I'm 23 weeks, ftm. My baby used to move more but now he's bigger and has his *sleep* times, he moves less routinely. He hardly moves at night, moves when he wants. I get worried as I'm used to him being routine. They say baby needs to move or kick about ten times in 24 hours apparently. Good luck x x
Pay attention to when he kicks because to me it seems there are things that make mine. When I sit down after work she goes at it, anytime I eat, and when I lay on my stomach I dont think she likes that lol
I'm 23 weeks as well. When I feel her, I really feel her. But found out yesterday just how much I'm not feeling when she was on a monitor for over an hour. I have the thicker part of my uterus in front (was told that at my anatomy scan) which I was told means I wouldn't feel her as often til later.
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