paranoia attack! Baby not kicking..

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  1. sazzylou

    sazzylou Well-Known Member

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    #1 sazzylou, Nov 27, 2007
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  2. timsmom

    timsmom Well-Known Member

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    Give your MW a call. Better to get these things checked although its probably the way bubs is lying
     
  3. Emma58

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    OH yeah last week I was worrying he was already hyperactive he was moving so much. Over the last few days I don't feel like I have felt him as much but luckily when I went to the docs last night he let my eldest son listen to his heartbeat so i know he is OK.
     
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    sazzylou Well-Known Member

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    i think i will. Ive got my scan on Monday so i'll see what bubbas up to tonight, then probably give her aring tomorrow x
     
  5. muppetmummy

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    Baby could just be going through a growth spurt. Definately call the midwife if you're worried though, its always best to be safe where babys concerned :hug: :hug:
     
  6. sazzylou

    sazzylou Well-Known Member

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    so they quieten down a bit when theyre having a growth spurt? I was saying to my hubby that i think my bumps definitely on a growth spurt. Im having all the same aches and pains that i had before (growth spurt at about 16 weeks) so i thought that might have something to do with it :think:

    Im no super worried cos it has been doing a bit, just not as much, and with my scan coming up on Monday i think i'll wait and see what happens. I spoke to a friend who had a similar thing and all her MW did was listen to the heatbeat (which i know there must because its moving a little)

    Ohh, id forgotten how worrying this preggers lark can be! The stress we go through growing these little ones :)
     
  7. muppetmummy

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    I think they sleep more during a growth spurt as they have to save their energy for that.
    Mine's been really quiet for the last couple weeks, hardly felt a thing. I know it's ok though cos I've checked with my doppler a few times.
    I think I read they double in size between 17 and 20 weeks so it's not surprising they get tired :lol:
     

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