Basicly as the title says - i'm 20 weeks and haven't felt any movement at all yet. I have to admit that i'm now starting to get a bit worried. With my twins, i felt movement from about 18 weeks, and with dd, from about 14 weeks. But nothing at the moment. No fluttery feelings or anything. I know every pregnancy is different, but i can't help but worry that there's something wrong.
I'm 20wks and haven't felt any movement had 2 scans recently and all is well with the babys heart etc (and its jumping around like a mad thing in there) so dont be too disheartened. But like CS said if you're worried best get it checked out to put your mind at rest.
I was always worried if my one was not making movements I could feel so I bought a heart monitor - best £40 I've ever spent! Whilst you might not be able to hear the baby's heartbeat until 22 weeks plus, you can hear the bumps (which are little kicks you can't feel) much earlier which always put my mind at ease.
I am 19 weeks and havent felt movement yet either, i felt it at 16 weeks with dd x I went to hospital on saturday as have low blood sugar and they checked the babies heart beat then which was a relief. I would say ring your midwife and ask for a listen in to put your mind at ease.
I only started feeling movement a week ago at 19w4d and then wouldn't have recognised it if people hadn't told me to watch out for a bubbles popping sensation. Since then still having days where don't feel anything. Had detailed scan yesterday and she was moving about constantly - the sonographer was losing patience with her - but I couldn't feel a thing. I also have an anterior placenta. I was told it can be up to 24 weeks before movements are felt so try not to worry, but I'm sure your GP/midwife would be happy to have a listen to put your mind at rest.
Just wanted to add that..with my dd2..I very rarely felt movement and drove myself mad going to the hospital to be checked out..turned out I had an anterior placenta too and the midwife said it makes the movements a lot more difficult to feel while the baby is still quite small