Is it normal to feel movement in pregnancy extremely low?

I am 28 weeks pregnant with my second child and I can honestly say everything about this pregnancy has been a completely different experience. I feel like I’m experiencing being pregnant for the first time and have no idea what is “normal” like I thought I would. With this pregnancy I have had movement only in my lower abdomen. The highest movement I have felt is right above wear my underwear fit and the lowest is down near my vagina. I’m not imagining the movement being this low because I will hold my hands down there and actually feel him. With my first pregnancy I never felt him move so low it was always where my pregnancy bump is, later on in the pregnancy, and not as frequently or violent. This son is constantly moving and always really really low. Is this normal? I just didn’t experience any of this with my first pregnancy.
Also, I read a few other similar questions and a lot of people said the baby might be in the breech position. When I got my ultrasound done at 20 weeks (he was still moving very low) he was actually in a really weird position. His head was near my left hip and his feet were near my right hip. He was craddling himself as down low in between my hips as possible. Has anyone else had a baby do this?
I am a high risk pregnancy because of multiple miscarraiges in the last year and I have Graves disease so I’m getting another ultrasound in 2 weeks, I’m hoping I will get a little more answers then. But I just wanted to know if anyone experienced anything similar. It just seems so weird.

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  • Tyler's Mom-to-Be March 20, 2009, 11:21 pm

    I’m 28 weeks pregnant also and feeling kicks very low. I don’t think it’s a problem or a sure indicator of a breech baby. We still have a lot of time for the baby to turn. Anything can happen, but try not to worry. I’m sure your doctor can speak to these concerns at your next visit.

    Good luck.

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