So wondering if anyone else is experiencing this. My little guy still moves a lot. I still feel a lot of squirming, at least as much if not more then the the recommended kick count. However, the movements are not as strong if you know what I mean. I read on line that it was because he is starting to run out of room, but of course, it still leaves a bit of a worry in the back of my mind...can't help it. Anyone else experiencing this? Thanks as always!!
Yes, I am experiencing the same thing. It's all very normal. Your little guy doesn't have as much room to move so he's not making as many big movements. Be glad, that would really hurt at this point.....LOL As long as you are getting your 10 kicks every 2 hours all is fine. My Dr told me even the littlest of twinges count as a kick.
Very Very normal, he is running out of room and depending on his size, he might not have much room at all. Only a few more weeks girl, I can't wait to get my phone call. Try and get some rest these next couple of weeks.
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