I am 18 weeks 4 days pregnant with twins and haven't yet felt them move. It is my first pregnancy, and have heard that I may not feel them move until 20 weeks, but I am still worried. I have tried the cold water, oj, and sweets. Should I be worried???
I'm 20 weeks pregnant with completely normal twins, and I can only feel one move occasionally (and then just barely). Apparently the placenta belonging to the one I can't feel at all is on top, so it's acting like a buffer. I wouldn't worry, but you could always ask your doctor to check the heartbeats if that would make you feel better.
Alli83, everyboby is different. i'm 22 weeks and I don't feel my twins that much. All I feel is the flutters every once in a while. i went to the doctor and she said i wont feel mine as much because the placenta is in the front. Talk to your doctor and see if that could be the case.
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