@NYCProf I have an anterior placenta too. I think I've been feeling movements, but it's so sporadic. I wish I could tell you how I'm keeping calm, but I'm really not accomplishing that very well myself. Next u/s is 2/16 to see if my placenta has moved up at all because it was a little low last time. Until then, I take whatever movement I can get and try to remind myself that there is no actual reason to worry.
I'm 22 weeks tomorrow and also have an anterior placenta, I can only feel kicks near my underwear line, usually only after I eat or if I hunch over at my desk. On rare occasions I can feel it on my side, since baby is transverse.
I have an anterior placenta but I have been feeling lower kicks, similar to @Stankonia2014 and @NYCProf, low near my underwear line-ish. However over the past week or so I have been feeling a lot of movements close to my bellybutton... I'm thinking this guy is breech and the smaller movements near my bellybutton are elbows/fists or I don't remember how movements feel by gestational age.
I guess on the topic of active vs. chill, around when are you actually supposed to start caring about less movement? I know it's not now but I'm just curious about when in general the amount of movement matters?
Me: 34 DH: 35Married: July 2009BFP: November 2012 after 2 years of TTC DS born August 2013Diagnosed with PCOS April 20163 months of trigger shot with timed intercourse BFN x3First IUI: 9/17/16 BFP: 9/30/16 EDD: 6/11/17
I'm having a hard time differentiating between gas and baby. This morning, I thought I felt some from the outside. I had H come and put his hand on my belly, and she stopped.