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should i be worried???
I'm 25 weeks with fraternal twins and the ultrasound showed that their heads are already down so the boy is on the right side n the girl is on the left. I feel him move all the time but I rarely feel her move. Is it still kinda early to be worried or should I call the dr n let him know???
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4848134 tn?1360123266
If you're concerned, call the doctor or set up an appointment. Better to discuss it with them, than worry and fret.
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Although my twins weren't head down, I could always feel baby b ( a boy)much more then baby a(a girl).    For peace Of mind, call your doc.  
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Both my babies were head down and I hardly ever felt them move. From what I understand this is perfectly normal.... There just isn't enough room. Plus baby a was so far back and down it was virtually impossible for her movements to be detected.
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Im 29 weeks with identical girls, and I feel baby B constantly and rarely baby A. The only time I feel her is when I lay on my left side and she'll kick the  bed. Lol I'm pretty sure its normal .
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Thank you so much! I know she's showing healthy on the ultrasound so I wasn't super worried but I guess I just got scared. Shes usually balled up on the ultrasound too n he's a show off lol.
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Yea I'm 24 weeks one babies a homebody one is a party girl lol. Don't worry.
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