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am i just stressing? J Louise 17 kids; Loughton, United Kingdom 82 posts
24th Apr '13

i am probably worrying for no reason and dont want to go to the hospital and waste their time at every little hiccup, but usually i have a very active baby that constantly kicks me hard, today i have felt nothing at all, no flutters no kicks just very heavy on my bladder :/ i am almost 24 weeks should i be worried or is it just a lazy day?

iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien 3 kids; New York, TX, United States 37137 posts
24th Apr '13

Drink something cold and lay on your side. If you don't get any kicks, and you feel worried call L&D, it's normal to be worried but babies do have lazy days.



Hope you get some kicks! :)

J Louise 17 kids; Loughton, United Kingdom 82 posts
24th Apr '13

thanks i will try that! :lol:

What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
24th Apr '13
Quoting iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien:" Drink something cold and lay on your side. If you don't get any kicks, and you feel worried call L&D, it's normal to be worried but babies do have lazy days. Hope you get some kicks! :)"

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Keep us updated. :D

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
24th Apr '13

Babies just have lazy days. If you are up busy working on stuff that can contribute as well. I know there was one day DS just didn't move at all. I was so freaked and as we were getting ready to head to the hospital, he kicked. Little turd lol.
Maybe try relaxing and laying down for a little while.

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5889 posts
24th Apr '13

At 24 weeks, baby is still small enough to get into a position where you won't feel them, and they also have lazy days. Drink something cold and sugary, then lay on your side. You should feel 5 movements in an hour and yes hiccups count. If you're still worried call L&D.

J Louise 17 kids; Loughton, United Kingdom 82 posts
24th Apr '13

still not as active as usual but he/she is kicking now :) thanks guys x