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Is less fetal movement common in women who are past 33 weeks of pregnancy?

Is less fetal movement common in women who are past 33 weeks of pregnancy?

No.: Decreased maternally perceived fetal activity portends poor prognosis for fetal well-being and should be promptly evaluated in the emergency room in the third trimester. ...Read more

Dr. Katharine Cox
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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Erratic fetal movement at 33 weeks. Should i be worried?

Erratic fetal movement at 33 weeks. Should i be worried?

Reassuring: Fetal movements are reassuring during pregnancy. It indicates the fetus is recieving adequate oxygen. Later on in third trimester, you may experience fewer kicks and with less intensity due to reduced intra uterine space. Nonetheless, fetal movements are reassuring. ...Read more

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How much does an average fetus weigh at 33 weeks of pregnancy?

How much does an average fetus weigh at 33 weeks of pregnancy?

3 to 3.5 pounds: The average fetal weight at 33 weeks is 3 to 3.5 pounds. But a fetus could be smaller or larger and still be normal. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have 1700 grams fetus weight at 33 weeks pregnancy?

Is it normal to have 1700 grams fetus weight at 33 weeks pregnancy?

Fetal growth chart: Any time a test is done the doctor ordering the test needs to go through the results with you and make sure you are fully informed about the findings. You can consult a fetal growth chart and compare the weight of the baby to gestational age. ...Read more

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What is a normal cervical length at 33 weeks of pregnancy? What should the bpd, ac, hc, fl of fetus be at this gestational age?

Cervix length: Should be more than 2.5 cm, as far as the rest your OB should be able to go over all of that with you as there is a range of normal. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have rapid fetal movement especially near the rectum area at 22+ weeks of pregnancy?

Is it normal to have rapid fetal movement especially near the rectum area at 22+ weeks of pregnancy?

Yes: There's no such thing of the baby moving too much. In fact, the more fetal movement, the better. Painful at times for mom, but great for baby! ...Read more

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What if in 28 month pregnancy gush of water is leaked but fetal movement seems ok what to do on medical grounds?

What if in 28 month pregnancy gush of water is leaked but fetal movement seems ok what to do on medical grounds?

Go to hospital: If you are 28 weeks pregnant and you think your broke your water it is imperative that you do to the hospital right now. You need urgent evaluation. ...Read more

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Iam in my fifth month pregnancy but i did not feel any fetal movement is this serious?

Iam in my fifth month pregnancy  but i did not feel any fetal  movement is this serious?

18-22 weeks: Most people will begin to feel the baby move between 18-22 weeks. If you are further along than that you should see a doctor. ...Read more

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I am almost into my 38 weeks of pregnancy , these 2 days I have more braxton hicks but much less fetus movement . Is it normal ? Thanks very much

I am almost into my 38 weeks of pregnancy , these 2 days I have more braxton hicks but much less fetus movement . Is it normal ? Thanks very much

Get in!: Hello, and congratulations on making this far in your pregnancy! Fetal movement is an important sign of how the baby is doing. If the baby is not moving, it is very important that you get in right now to make sure everything is ok. You can have the baby monitored and possible and ultrasound to check and see how the baby is doing. Please get in as soon as possible. Good luck! ...Read more

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