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I have gone from younggrandma to just yg. Now,
I am using my real name.
I don't think anyone who knows me will have trouble figuring out who that is!


I have been gone a while dealing with things in my own life. I am back now to help once again. Do not expect answers from me that just tell you what you want to hear. Life is to short for nonsense. :)
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im 5 months, maybe a week more than that. before i was really skinny plus im tall, so my bump isnt that big at all.
the thing is, i cant feel my baby move at ALL. i mean, i thought that i did when i was 4 months just like little flutters. but now when its supposed to be more noticable i cant feel it at all.
is this normal ?
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You should feel the baby move at about 4 months. They don't tend to be really active until later in the pregnancy. So, it is very possible you aren't feeling its every move quite yet.

If it is really bothering you though, ask your doctor about it. It will make you feel much better hearing it from the doctor. :)


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