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Still nothing, :( anyone else?

I'm 19 weeks with my second pregnancy, everyone says you should feel it sooner with your second but I don't.. at every doctors appointment everything looks perfect, could there be a reason I'm not feeling him move or flutter yet..?
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Have you tried drinking orange juice?
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I'm 17.5 with my a second and I haven't felt anything yet. With my first I felt her at 17-18 weeks but this one nada. I find out what I'm having next week so I'll wait to see whats going on with the baby during the ultrasound.
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It could just be the position your baby is in with my first Pregnancy I didn't start feeling baby move until around 19 weeks. And it felt weird like bubbles or pop corn popping. It was 1 am the first time I felt it :) don't worry any day now
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thanks momma's.
I hit 20 weeks today, just like you said it felt like little popcorn popping lol. I know I'll dread the day when baby is shoved up in my ribcage and using it as a bounce house!! lol
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I'm 19 weeks and I'll feel odd movements from him. Second pregnancy. Can't rememberr when I felt my first baby.
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I'm 17 weeks 6 days with my first and was getting worried that I haven't felt him move yet.
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