Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:" Right now I don't give a flippen rats azz about my spelling!!!! Get off my fn back about it smurf. And ... [snip!] ... And thanks I will try the ice watter and spice drink. Anyways thanks for yalls inputs it really does help. I feel better now."
Seriously, take a chill pill.
If you're nervous, order a doppler online for $50 so you can check the heartbeat whenever you want for free (I own one, it definitely helped me be less nervous after six losses).
Even with having loss after loss after loss, like me, you HAVE to learn what's normal and what's not. Even with a HUGE baby, its normal to not feel regular daily movement until up to 25 weeks or so! That's why they don't start kick counts til 28 weeks! If you don't know whats normal you're going to freak yourself out and make yourself crazy for NOTHING.
CHILL. Try caffeine, sugar, or icy cold drinks to get baby to move. or just lay down and be very quiet---baby is probably sleeping. They do that a LOT until around 25-30 weeks!