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Increase then decrease fetal movemnet Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
4th Jan '13

The last week after I thought my water broke, my baby girl has literally made my belly dance constantly all but a few breaks a day. Today I noticed she's barely moved. Or at least compared, And it isn't as strong as the last week. Should I be concerned. I'm 34-35 weeks and wondering if something could be wrong. I was wondering why she's been moving so much and today barely at all... Kick count is still fine. But as far as comparing, it's not what I'm used to.

whack a mole crazy Due January 23 (boy); Nebraska 2651 posts
4th Jan '13

Im 37 weeks and got a scare because he wasnt moving much. Turns out he was passed the fuck out. Lol. He was sleeping so hard they had to use a buzzer on my stomach to wake him up

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
4th Jan '13
Quoting whack a mole crazy:" Im 37 weeks and got a scare because he wasnt moving much. Turns out he was passed the fuck out. Lol. He was sleeping so hard they had to use a buzzer on my stomach to wake him up"


That's normal though right lol?

whack a mole crazy Due January 23 (boy); Nebraska 2651 posts
4th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chelsea :3:</b>" That's normal though right lol?"</blockquote>




Think so. They are going threw a huge growth spurt the last month. Plus, think about how much a newborn sleeps.

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 6830 posts
4th Jan '13
Quoting Chelsea :3:" That's normal though right lol?"


Yes it's normal for them to have lazy days or to be turned so that you don't feel the kicks/punches as much. I would start to worry if you didn't feel the baby moving for a couple of hours for example, but I wouldn't worry about the strength of the kicks/punches.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
4th Jan '13
Quoting Summerfrost:" Yes it's normal for them to have lazy days or to be turned so that you don't feel the kicks/punches ... [snip!] ... didn't feel the baby moving for a couple of hours for example, but I wouldn't worry about the strength of the kicks/punches."


Thanks I feel her move, and I don't think a few hours have gone by, but sometimes I don't always pay attention if I'm doing something :/

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 6830 posts
4th Jan '13
Quoting Chelsea :3:" Thanks I feel her move, and I don't think a few hours have gone by, but sometimes I don't always pay attention if I'm doing something :/"


Yeah that happens a lot. Whenever I got worried, I would just drink something cold and sugary and then sat still for a bit to make sure I felt the baby move. If i felt a couple of movements, I knew we were good to go.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
5th Jan '13

Oh she woke up, after making me think I was going into labor, breaking a rib, and making me vomit. That was a fun night. I feel 'ok' ish now and she's moving so I know she's fine. :)

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 6830 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Chelsea :3:" Oh she woke up, after making me think I was going into labor, breaking a rib, and making me vomit. That was a fun night. I feel 'ok' ish now and she's moving so I know she's fine. :)"


Glad to hear it. Not about the puking or broken rib of course.. lol Ouch. Isn't pregnancy great? lol