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Question: I am 19 weeks pregnant now but still am not feeling the movement of the baby is there any problem

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Answer: Baby movement depends ma..some may get earlier movements some may feel d movement later..like frm 7months. While ur regular checkup wit ur dctr b concernd wit ur babys heart beat
Answer: Hi , don't worry it depend another reason could be if you have anterior placenta it is hard for you to feel the movements
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