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22 weeks pregnant, had ultrasound of uterus. Unable to feel baby movements. How does fetal movement feel like, is my pregnancy normal?

hello Dr.... i am Mayuri, age 25 yrs... i am 22 weeks 1 day pregnant ... have got my second ultrasound done yesterday... it shows Palcenta Posterior, maturity grade 1, liquor amnii: adequate, gestation age: abt. 22 weeks, BPD 65.9mm, AC: 169.6 mm, FL: 36.4 mm, EFW: 443g +/- 66 gm... is every thing ok... its being my first pregnancy, i can t be able to feel baby s movement till now or i don t know how it would feel like... would you please guide?
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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HI,
U HAVENT MENTIONED ABOUT ANAMOLY SCAN...IS THE ANAMOLY SCAN ALRITE.
WELL WITH THE REPORTS U HAVE TOLD ....THE USG IS CORELATING WITH WEEKS OF GESTATION AND SEEMS TO BE ALRITE.
Some women may feel the baby kick frequently, and other women may not feel the baby kick at all at 22 weeks pregnant. Either is completely within the bounds of a normal pregnancy and nothing to worry about. Most practitioners (OBs, midwives) consider 24 weeks the standard deadline for when a woman should first feel fetal movement. So, while some women may feel movement far earlier (some report as early as 8 weeks), it isn't cause for concern if you haven't felt anything in week 22

ALSO U HAVE DONE UR USG LATELY SO DON WORY.
IF IN ANOTHER 3 WKS U DO NOT FEEL MOVEMENTS CONSULT UR DOC..
BYEEEEEEEE..


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