I am 28 weeks pregnant, and I seem to get 80% of Coltons movements really low down in my belly, almost by my pelvic bone. Is this common? It seems like he just doesnt move that much, and when he finaly does its always so low that I cant feel it on the outside... anyone else had this? Could it just be the position he is in? This is my 3rd baby, and I don't remember it being this low still at this stage....
I dunno, but this is my first, and I only had one or two bubble feelings up top, and the rest was down low around 28 weeks. Do you know the position of your placenta? It could be that the movements are up top, but your placenta is covering where u would get to feel it from the outside. I am 31 weeks now and really feel her up top and on the side. I have an anterior placenta, and didnt get too much until 30 weeks...I am sure things are okay- movement at all is what matters! Make an appt if ur really worried about it
Do you know if he's breech? There was recently a discussion in 2nd tri (so not quite as far along as you, but might be similar) and it seems like feeling movements low might be related to breech position.
My little one is currently breech (30 weeks) and I only feel kicks close to my pubic bone and sonetimes directly against my cervix! Fingers crossed he flips in the next few weeks....there is still plenty of time so I'm told.xxx
probably head down,a nd ur feeling arms/head movements? I dont feel much kicking unless she is really wigglying around, but to be fair between 28-31 movements where slooooooooooow and far in between still.
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