I'm 18 weeks tomorro and have felt
Zero movements in my tummy
Not even a flutter or a bubble
I'm already anxious in this pregnancy
As I'm pregnant following an early mc
And have had a bad bleeding episode
At 13 weeks with this one
I have rang my midwife who is no help
Got told today to speak to gp??? Wtf ???
Anyway luckily I have my own Doppler
So can listen in myself everyday
His heart beat is there and strong
Sometimes I can even hear him
Tapping away in there
But I never feel it
So any ladies in same predicament ?
Oh and ps this is my 2nd baby
Thanks girls xxxxxxx
im 20 weeks and i had been feelin movements from 14+5 up until monday n havent felt anything since monday, got stress cramps from stupid work yesterday im worried bout my baby n not feeling it should not be feeling baby more often at this stage?
i had a mw appointment last thursday n she said babys hb was perfect etc im so nervous as had mmc last yr at 10 weeks, maybe im worring over nothing but i dont want anything to happen my little baby
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