726324 tn?1324074610

Baby movements?

Hi ladies!

I was just wondering about the movements o our babies.  My baby used to be active every day. Usually in the mornings while i was at work then in the evening as well.  But now i've noticed that sometimes she goes some days without moving much at all but then she will be more active the next day.  She doesnt move as much as she used to but i'm guessing thats just as she is getting less space in there.

Should i be worried about this at all. Does anyone else have the same thing with their baby's movements?

Thanks for any comments ladies : )
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906945 tn?1323355653
I do... hardly moved for three days even when i was trying to wake her in there. Luckily i had my appointment the second day, to find a heartbeat was a challange but in the end they did and it seems she has turned head up again but jus to be on the safe side they ordered an ultrasound. Hope all goes well with you.
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1440696 tn?1307117209
I've noticed the same thing as well. I mentioned it to my doc at my last appt and they did a non-stress test just to make sure everything was okay. She passed, so I can only assume that all is well.
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1510239 tn?1364927956
Same here! Some days shea more active than others
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982214 tn?1471454781
M doctor said that is normal, like people! Some days we are active others we are lazy. Also as they grow they have less room to move so it is more like shifting than kicking. If it seems really unusual then ask your doctor but if it seems a normal pattern don't worry too much about it. I know some days my little man won't sit still and others I keep poking and drinking sweet things to wake him up!!
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