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Postby tortillachip » Tue Dec 08, 2009 1:17 am

Hi there,
My doc told me that my placenta is anterior and that would cushion the baby's movements. My question is, when will I feel the baby move? Has anybody had an anterior placenta? I'm 21 weeks today and have felt nothing!
ME: 41, hydrosalpinx
HUBBY: 39, Perfect!

IVF 1 & 2 BFN
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Postby EYCI » Sun Dec 13, 2009 6:40 pm

With both of my pregnancies, I've had an anterior placenta. Both times I have felt the baby moving around week 14. I think every woman is different but the anterior placenta definately provides an extra layer. I have never been able to distiguish body parts, like feet or hands, but many woman can. Once you recognize what the movement feels like, it will be amazing. Pay close attention when you are moving around the least, like laying in bed or on the couch. You'll feel those twitches and tickles soon :)
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Postby tortillachip » Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:23 am

Thanks EYCI! I'll keep my head up!
ME: 41, hydrosalpinx
HUBBY: 39, Perfect!

IVF 1 & 2 BFN
IVF 3 July 2009 BFP! BETA 1: 207 2: 376 3: 932
IVF 4 & 5 July, Sept 2012 BFN

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