Baby stuff

I have a feeling little miss has turned breach, it’s still early so I am not serisouly worried, this is just an observation.
She was laying side to side at my last ultrasound. and I felt kicks and punches clearly on both my sides. Since then I feel basically only occasional really strong kicks but mostly I feel light taps, jabs and general wiggling, and when I do feel the kicks they are really low and centre.
So knowing I have an anterior placenta, I think she has moved right behind that placenta and is kicking me low cause she is standing, or sitting breach in there. Guess we will find out at next scan, unless she moves again before then.  

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Posted on October 27, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. You know spinning babies, right? ( Breech and transverse are still pretty common at her gestational age, but this is about when she’s gonna start getting comfy, so help her along 😀
    (PS: with an anterior placenta, as you know, it’s harder to tell. She could actually be head down and kicking her hands/ head at your pelvis. I’m not sure unless I feel it/ see it! Can you feel her at all when you palpitate your uterus? I don’t remember when I started being able to do that with Remy… )
    /telling you stuff you already know ;-D

    • I did know this, BUT I enjoy the reiteration of information anyhow, to remind me 🙂
      I felt kicks up high today so who knows…I have another scan on the November 14th for my 3D ultrasound so we will see then how she is lying and I can go from there. I can’t tell by palpitating my stomach at all, she is either still to small or the front placenta is hidding her from me.

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