She's been moving a bunch the last week. She was really really moving Tuesday. Before she only had hiccups twice a day at the same time. Now the last two days I've barely felt her move and I worrying it may just be gas. Only thing I've felt is her hiccup. I've felt her have the hiccups at least 10 times since yesterday. Is she okay? She just being sleepy? I was thinking what if she wrapped her umbilical cord around her neck from moving so much?
As far as I know having the fluid around the baby will prevent her from hurting herself with her umbilical cord. They have been seen playing with them on ultrasounds even haha. But the fluid allows them to easily move around and away or untangle from them. As long as you have fluid I wouldnt worry. Drink some OJ and lay down to see if she responds. If your super concerned go to the er or call the doc. The ER will be able to do an immediate ultrasound ;-)
3rd day today still little to no movement. Had my appointment at one. They did a nonstress test and everything came back good and guess who has been non stop moving since lol. We must have woke her up pressing on my belly trying to get her heart beat to pick up on the machine. Guess I'm still a little too early for it. I swear the nurse was pressing to hard. I just wanted to say is I think you are smooshing her face. By the time we were done her little body was curled up into my ribs. Lol she wanted nothing to do with that machine. Just love feeling her move. My blood pressure was super high. We related it to my anxiety of not feeling her move. <3 her. She's all I got. Would probably lose it if I lost her...
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