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Quiet baby ( anterior placenta)

(9 Posts)
gemmaberry83 Fri 21-Nov-14 20:22:08

Hi all, just wondering if anyone else has a bump that's a bit lazy? I'm 29 weeks today and bump doesn't move all that much ( or as much as I expected) been checked a few times and no problems at all baby is just chilled out. As bumps my first cant help but worry but then I get a reassuring kick/jab anyone else got a chilled out monkey?

blackwidow74 Fri 21-Nov-14 21:56:56

I had a private scan today just to reassure me all is okay ... my little lady us so curled up snuggling my placenta which covers the entire front of my bump so I'm not feeling her either! Could see her nudging away on screen but felt nothing!! This evening I'm getting a swirly feeling inside and the odd nudge in my right side so am assuming she's stretching out and saying sorry for worrying her mumma smile

Littleflump15 Fri 21-Nov-14 22:11:28

It's so hard, my head goes between everything being fine to thinking but what if it isn't, saw midwife on Tuesday and she said baby is kicking away and I couldn't feel a thing!! I do feel baby just not quite as much as expected, when are you due? ��

blackwidow74 Fri 21-Nov-14 22:41:36

I'm 18+2 with my 6th and due april smile it's so hard to convince yourself I know once that little seed is planted ... I have my own doppler so can check in if it all gets too much ... After having 1 girl and 4 boys (this one is our 2nd pinkie) I can vouch that my girls were/are lazier movers than the boys who were crazy active!!

Littleflump15 Sat 22-Nov-14 09:27:06

Thanks for the reassurance first baby and lots of worries and wobbles but we're getting there now only ten weeks to go ��

jadeybaby87 Sat 22-Nov-14 17:20:05

I'm 26 + 2 and have an anterior placenta too only just started feeling tiny thuds and swishing but every time they check her she seems ok but it is very scary as some times I get nothing x

Littleflump15 Sat 22-Nov-14 20:20:52

I agree this parent malarkey is a worry already! No doubt a sign of things to come he/she has been very active today though which makes a nice change x

TheScenicRoute Sat 22-Nov-14 21:24:04

I'm carrying twins, one posterior and one anterior placenta. My posterior p. Baby is MUCH quieter than the other. X

Stubbed Sat 22-Nov-14 21:33:21

Never felt my son much. He was breech and probably stuck (and anterior placenta)

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