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Collete - December 14

Hi, i see alot of post on here about baby movement and people worrying about not feeling there baby and the replys they got was telling them the weeks they will soon be feeling it and that was from 18 weeks to 20 well im 23 weeks and not feeling a flutter or nothing i thought i should of been feeling them by now and my midwife said i should be also and im not so im just worried is it normal not to feel it moving at 23 weeks or should i have something to worry about?

 

Collete - December 14

any help?

 

Mel - December 14

Hi Collete. I am only 14 weeks (with my first), so I haven't felt anything.. but... wanted to let you know that I was reading last night, that some women can go as long as 28 weeks without feeling their baby. It also mentioned that people who have had past pelvic surgeries (other than c-sections) and women who are overweight may have more difficulty feeling their babies. Hope this helps.

 

Christine - December 14

Collete just like Mel said there are reasons to why you may not be feeling your baby move...if this is your first you are more likely to feel him/her later than sooner...just think some woman actually go through pregnancy not knowing they are pregnant and never realize there is a baby in there kicking until they are in labor...It can pinpoint a problem, but if you are hearing a strong heartbeat at your prenatal visits, and have had a recent sonogram...I'm sure all is fine...if you continue to worry ask your midwife/doc for another sonogram..the tech can tell you the baby is moving around, and even show you on the monitor..good luck

 

AMBER - February 2

IM 23 WEEKS ALSO AND I REALLY DONT FELL ANYTHING EITHER BUT MY LAST ULTRA SOUND THE DR. SADI EVERYTHING WAS FINE! SO I WOULDNT WORRY !

 

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