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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    MissF I thought bub was supposed to love less near birth coz they have no room?

    Munchkin I don't know much about those injections but glad ur ob is so nice and commited to getting u over the line with bub in arms

    Happy Friday all!! Xx
    MissF, I think ChannyV is right but rather than worry about it, I'd speak to your middie. Why have unnecessary stress?

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    I think you're still supposed to feel them about as often as you did but the movements are different because of less space (not kicks, but wriggles etc)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I think you're still supposed to feel them about as often as you did but the movements are different because of less space (not kicks, but wriggles etc)?
    Yeah, you should feel something but the movement will be more restricted.

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    Sorry ladies. Will have to un-graduate myself. Our bub has passed away.

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    Munchkin- glad you'll be monitored so closely and hope your lovely bub will be born safe and well if a little early.

    miss faery- i would get checked out. Bub should still be moving lots just slower rolls etc rather than kicks as less space. I was told its a myth they move less before birth.

    Afm- saw the mach nurse today and Meadow now weighs 3.8 kg up from 3.135 kg at birth two weeks ago and 3.6 kg only four days ago! Glad my milk is doing so well for her!

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    Munchkin I had clexane post c section. They are blood thinners
    And give you a small bruise after each injection. I didn't have any issue having them as it reduces your risk of DVt post Cesar. I also have a friend that has taken them. I would follow your obs advice sounds like he is a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I think you're still supposed to feel them about as often as you did but the movements are different because of less space (not kicks, but wriggles etc)?
    Yep I felt less kicks but felt her move all the time. And hiccups all the time.

    MissF, I'd get checked out just for peace of mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Sorry ladies. Will have to un-graduate myself. Our bub has passed away.
    I'm so so sorry Little Ted. Take care of yourself. Big hugs xoxo

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    So sorry to hear that Little Ted

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    So sorry to hear that LittleTed. :-(

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