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    Default how much do you feel bub move at 37 wks?

    as title suggests how much do you feel bub move at 37 wks?

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    When I was 37 weeks DS hadn't changed in his movements and didnt until he was born.. he was a wriggler right up until I went into labour. Many babies movements slow down around this time but then some dont

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    I've noticed bubs has slowed down in the last day or two, but she still moves quite a bit. She's also getting hiccups a lot lately!

    The midwives say as long as you get 10 clear movements a day, that's fine. If you think you have less than 10, maybe go and get checked for your piece of mind.

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    I had my bub at 36+6 but around this time I noticed that the movement slowed down .

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    I'm almost 38 weeks and bub seems to have gotten more wriggly than normal and I can feel her hiccups as I am writing this <3 she gets them around the same time every night

    Each bub is different though, if you are concerned just lay back with a nice icy cold glass of water and see of you notice some movement after you've had a drink. I'm sure you'll fell some wriggling but if you're not sure just let your midwife/OB know.

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    I never said I was concerned! just curious

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    I read in one of my pregnancy books, (or was it my pregnancy app?), that some mums notice a decrease in movement right before labour.

    If that's true, I hope you're ready, bags packed and all.


 

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