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My Baby Is Not Moving As Much At 39wk As Earlier Is That Normal
Call OB doc ASAP: As pregnancy progresses and nearing the end of pregnancy, there is less room for a baby to move, but if the decrease in activities is sudden, this is concerning. So, i would call your OB doc asap for instruction or go to er if you cannot get in touch with the doc... Best of luck. ...Read more
I'm bout to be 38 weeks and have a lots of white discharge and my baby is not moving a lot is that normal
NO!: Decreased fetal movement at term is an indication for delivery - go to the emergency room now to be evaluated and good luck! ...Read more
Activity: If this is new the best option is to be evaluated. ...Read more
Being pregnant: Yes. Of course. There is very little room left. ...Read more
Pregnant - should I go see someone? I was in a small accident earlier today. No known injuries occurred. However, I am 23 weeks pregnant and have noticed the baby hasn't been moving very much since the accident. He is very active and has probably only
I had a 12 week ultrasound doctor didnt say much just that the baby was moving around and had long legs? is having long legs at 12 weeks normal
Non issue: What about the rest of the study? If the legs are proportionate to other extremities, then no biggie. Movement is good. Maybe the baby will be a big delivery. Follow up with your doctor. It doesn't sound like something to worry about ...Read more
PLEASE CALL YOUR OB: And do what your OB says to do, i tell my pts to drink something sweet and the movements should increase in response to a glucose load, if u do not notice more movement after that then i would make u go to my officeor the labor room for a nst and a ultrasound and bpp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnancy: Yes. Of course. This is absolutely normal and a sign of fetal health. ...Read more
My baby girl turns 3 months old on the ninth of january, is it normal for her to be very active and always moving around?
Infants have a range: Of activity levels. Some seem ready to explore their environment early. If there were no prenatal exposures, illnesses or events of concern, just try to adapt to her style. It helps her at nap & bedtimes to put her on her back in her own crib, drowsy but awake, after reading & rocking. Put her in prone position for "floor time" play & don't put her in her car seat on a counter, since she's squirmy. ...Read more
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