Hello ladies I'm 23+4 and I've been feeling less movement from my baby I don't know if its normal, I have definantly felt him move just not as much as before I am actually getting a little worried my next doc visit is until oct. 17 do any of you ladies know if this is normal or is something wrong?
Yes its very true!!! Baby is fine :) yesterday he was moving alot again...I guess with being a first time mom everything worries me, as I'm sure I'm not the only one. Thanks for reasurring. :) I do feel alot better knowing it hapoens to all of us.
The doc told me with my first that at this time the baby turns from laying on its side to its back so there is not as much movement toward the outside of the body plus the baby is getting bigger so there is less movement.
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