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    I know I'm freaking out here.. but...
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    Laur1981 posted:
    Alright. I am 20w as of yesterday and have not felt baby move. At all. This is the 3rd pregnancy I have carried this far and have another sono appointment on Friday. That's the fifth sono. Baby was somewhat inactive last time and I am heavy so I know that has an effect on how much/little I feel him/her move. I can't help but freak out though. And I KNOW that most ladies dont feel their baby until about now anyway... but... nothing. No flutters. No "feels like gas but could be baby..." I know what I am feeling for. Tried juice test but 5 y/o started acting up when I tried to relax and all. Ugh. Dont want to call doc if it's just me freaking out... but dont want to wonder either...
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