Hay there, well im 30 weeks tomorrow and the baby moves around like a crazy girl. Im nit sure how often you should feel the baby but any movement is a plus, even small movement. But if there is no movement you might wanna check with a docotr. But like me she moves around like crazy. But once again if you are worried call your doctor.
Like honeybear, I'm sure what the average is for movement being I'm sure all babies are different and it probably depends on what you're doing, eating, drinking, etc...but at 31 weeks my little fellow was CRAZY! If you are at all concerned, call you Dr. for sure.....
Hello im 31 weeks as well. i feel the baby moving constantly....you can drink some orange juice if u do not feel the baby for a long period of time, the orange juice really gets the baby moving. If you do not feel the baby for a while especially after you drink the OJ than it is time to call you dr.
I'm 32 weeks and for the past few weeks, I feel my little guy doing flips and gymnastic feats I never thought possible! lol He has his "times" of the day where he's most active tho.
Like others have said, if you haven't been feeling movement, talk to your doctor. Try drinking OJ like Roz mentioned and see if you feel 4 movements in an hour. If you do, things are fine (it's my dr's "Rule of 4"), but otherwise call your DR.
i feel movement when i concentrate or not doing anything. even talking can distract me.it is so smooth. otherwise i dont feel baby movement. at neight when i get in bed then i feel. would sudden pain( sharp but for 15 sec) consider as a movemnt. i cant see on the mirror my baby move.on tuesday i going for my u/s. i hope everything will be fine. i would talk to u/s docotor abt that.
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