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    I'd suggest you start actively counting movements (Lots of good pregnancy apps can help with this) so that you can get a clearer sense of movements.

    Set aside some time every hour or two to sit quietly, have a cold drink and check.

    And definitely report this to your midwife.

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    Don't assume anything.
    Better to be a worry wart and have a proper check than to live with regret.

    Check out the count the kicks website and their FB page is particularly good.

    http://www.countthekicks.org.uk

    https://www.facebook.com/ukcountthekicks
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