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should I worry?!

This is my first pregnancy and I am a little bit of a hypochondriac !! I am not sure whether this is normal or not. I am currently 26 weeks and 4 days pregnant. Some days I feel my daughter kick often, while other days I hardly feel her at all. Shouldn't I be feeling her more consistently now? My pregnancy otherwise is going great, every doctor I have come across can not get over how strong her heartbeat is and since our 18 week ultrasound any professionsl that has seen the pictures can not get over how clear and large she looks. I am so scared this could all just be too good to be true sometimes !!
Tags: Pregnancy, 26weeks, isitnormal?, help, new mommy, worry, fetal movement
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She could be in a different position where you can't always feel her.
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Yes she still has quite a bit of room & is growing. Sometimes she might be sleep or just positioned in a different way. Continue to enjoy every moment.
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