I am 19 weeks into my pregnancy when I turned 17 weeks I was feeling my baby move alot I was feeling him kick Rolling Eyes . Now that im 19 weeks I dont feel my baby at all. I went to the doctor last week and she said my baby was fine. Can anyone tell me whats wrong or is anyone going through the same?????
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replied September 10th, 2008
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You feel no movement at all, or sporadic movement? No movement should be taken seriously by your doctor. When you don't feel any movement, drink some juice and lay on your left side. Often what happens is babies sleep when you are standing/moving around. Gravity pulls them down and it isn't as easy to move as it is when you are laying down. You might notice most movement is at night when you are trying to sleep.

That said, 19 weeks is pretty early for a lot of movement. Many women don't feel a lot until around 22+ weeks.

If you are EVER concerned, please call your doctor.
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replied September 12th, 2008
Thank you for your reply! I think that am going to change my doctor anything I ask her she doesnt explain to me nothing. She just tells me that the baby is fine... Another thing im almost 20 weeks and my stomach dont grow is that normal. It just looks bloated...
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replied September 12th, 2008
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Even at 20wks, your baby isn't too big. Every pregnant belly grows differently. I looked bloated until about 30wks, and how much you show has NOTHING to do with how well you and your baby are. Good luck for the rest of your pregnancy!
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replied September 12th, 2008
Thank you its probably just me I worry alot since its my First pregnancy!!!!!!!!!
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