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    I would still call your hospital to let them know your situation - every time I've worried about something & called them for reassurance they've told me to come on it. They'd rather check that all is ok than risk an unnoticed complication - & so would I!! Good luck, everything is probably ok with your munchkin but I think better safe than sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    I would still call your hospital to let them know your situation - every time I've worried about something & called them for reassurance they've told me to come on it. They'd rather check that all is ok than risk an unnoticed complication - & so would I!! Good luck, everything is probably ok with your munchkin but I think better safe than sorry.
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    I'd definitely call the hospital and get checked out. Sorry to sound scary but waiting until there's no movement might be too late.
    It's probably nothing but better to get checked and make sure.

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    I'd still go to the hospital. Good luck.

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    Update:

    Had a big glass of ice cold water and layed down on my bed on my side.. after about a minute I felt a lovely big wriggle and kick on the left side of my belly I placed my hand over the spot and felt more, strong enough to see the little wave across the surface!
    I had DS so long ago now that I've forgotten what to expect!

    Can't explain the relief and happiness! She must have had her back turned or maybe had settled in towards the back of my womb, who knows..

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    Glad to hear and thanks for the update! I am with you on wishing I could have my own private ultrasound machine - that would be brilliant


 

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