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High level movement

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Chchchchanging Wed 05-Aug-15 00:21:53

Ok after not feeling movement fully till about 23 wks it's ramped up at a steady pace and now is very noticeable as In Colleague have noticed the movements in Meetings when I'm wearing fitted tips
This is my second baby and I honestly didn't have this level before!
Even at 20wk scan sonnographer took ages to measure everything because of such activity
Am v happy to feel baby because it Feels all is well but is over activity at this stage of such a thing?
Still working from, & I'm wondering if this is potentially likely to lead to an early delivery? I'm 30 wks and likely to be away (UK) at 35 wks and starting to wonder if I need to be more organised than I currently am

ispyfispi Wed 05-Aug-15 09:01:17

My third was ridiculously active and I felt sure he was going to break my waters at some point. He did exactly that at 38weeks whereas my previous 2 were massively overdue!

Chchchchanging Wed 05-Aug-15 09:44:54

Thanks that's how it feels dc1 was 10 days late and waters never broke
This one feels like it's on the bouncy ball...

zannyminxoxox Fri 07-Aug-15 15:08:03

My 2nd was really active he hurt me alot and it was so uncomfortable when he was jigging about and I was walking. It reassured me more though as with my daughter she was less active and was in and out of hospital woth reduced movement

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