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My baby has decreased movement in the past 3 days, he is still moving and getting hiccups , but i'm nervous .. Is there something wrong? Im 36 weeks.

My baby has decreased movement in the past 3 days, he is still moving and getting hiccups , but i'm nervous .. Is there something wrong? Im 36 weeks.

Probably normal: Fetal movements vary. As long as the baby is moving you should be relieved. Please check with OB staff if movement is not detectable for more than a day. ...Read more

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Babys movement increaced dramatically today is that normal? 36 weeks 5 days

Babys movement increaced dramatically today is that normal? 36 weeks 5 days

Yes: At first the kicks you notice will be few and far between. In fact, you may feel several movements one day and then none the next. Although your baby is moving and kicking regularly, many of his jerks and jolts aren't yet strong enough for you to feel. But later in the second trimester, those reassuring kicks will become stronger and more regular. ...Read more

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36 weeks & 4 days pregnant, nowadays i feel my baby movement isn't harder , but i can feel the movement when placing my hand on my belly.Is that normal?

36 weeks & 4 days pregnant, nowadays i feel my baby movement isn't harder , but i can feel the movement when placing my hand on my belly.Is that normal?

Please ask your OB: At 36 wks 4 days all ?S or concerns should be addressed to you ob, your OB can do a monitor strip and an us with a bpp if your OB is worried or u are worried, movement does not have to be hard but must be able to feel movement everyday, and if u were my pt and are worried at the end, i would induce u at 39-40 weeks , baby at that point better off out than in. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks now. Should i be concerned about too much baby movements? Knowing that a week ago i could barely feel her movements. Please advise me.

I'm 36 weeks now. Should i be concerned about too much baby movements? Knowing that a week ago i could barely feel her movements. Please advise me.

Normal: There is nothing wrong with too many fetal movements. There was probably just a change in position that enabled you to feel things more easily. Consider that this is the new "baseline" for you, and any decreases should be reported to your doctor. ...Read more

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36 weeks baby more active now than anytime during preg. Is this ok ?

36 weeks baby more active now than anytime during preg. Is this ok ?

Yes!: Sounds like a happy, healthy baby. In fact, we would be concerned if the baby stopped moving at this stage. Though it can be hard to sleep when baby is active, it's a good sign. ...Read more

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6 weeks baby, recovered from erb's palcy, but has passiveness with movement, has some weaknesses, is it permanent, is electrostimulation recommended ?

6 weeks baby, recovered from erb's palcy, but has passiveness with movement, has some weaknesses, is it permanent, is electrostimulation recommended ?

Erb's Palsy: Main treatment includes occupational and physical therapy in conjunction with home exercise program. Electrostimulation is used widely - usually in older children starting around age 3. Your doctor may prescribe electrostimulation as a part of treatment. Discuss this with your treating physician. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have increased fetal movement 36 weeks?

Is it normal to have increased fetal movement 36 weeks?

Fetal movement: Increased fetal movement is a sign of a healthy baby doing his or her daily exercise. Healthy, neurologically normal fetuses move. ...Read more

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22-23 weeks baby had really strong movements, now 24 weeks, she's gentle but still active. Wonder if it's normal to have such strong movements.

22-23 weeks baby had really strong movements, now 24 weeks, she's gentle but still active. Wonder if it's normal to have such strong movements.

Less room: You will find that at this point baby is adding on size and becoming more limited by the walls of the womb.Earlier gymnastic events are no longer possible in a tighter space. The fluid to baby ratio peaks at about 12-14 weeks before they are felt and declines to a minimum by birth. Gentle movements later on are the norm. ...Read more