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    Hey woof, not for me. As you said, bub has some not so wriggly days but for me with this bub, he moves ALL the day....

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    Hmm just had some lunch - might have some chocolate too and see if she starts up again ... I may have just slept through all her movements.

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    Woof have w big glass of icy water, a big chunk of chocolate, and lay on your left. Give it a good few hours, but if you're concerned still then call your care provider.

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    Thanks mrs tugs ... I had a big glass of cold cordial (not icy but from the fridge), 2 share pack sized cherry ripes ... Got a few little movements ... Hubby keeps telling me I'm crazy for being worried .. Lying on left now that the pooch has moved from the couch

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    Woof if concerned get to hospital for fetal monitoring. At least call and let them know your concerns. How are you sick

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    Just a cold meshell ... She's moved a bit more now but hard to tell if it's a quiet day for her or if she isn't moving much for a reason ... Might wait another little while then give the assessment unit a call and have a chat

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    If you're getting some movement then I would consider waiting til morning. But just go with your gut - a phone call is zero hassle for all.

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    How far are you? I would just give them a call. Mothers instinct. If you felt something may not be right then make a call or just go for a check up

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    Thanks ladies ... Am 34w tomorrow ... I have ultrasound and obs appt on Thursday and hate feeling like I am a panic merchant ... But yeh will finish my cup of tea then give them a call

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    I was the same first time around i didnt go to hospital 2 consecutive days just thought i had a cold that was going to my chest then found blood pressure was on the rise i went to hospital and had baby that night. He wasnt moving too much. I am not saying this to panic you but please speak to hospital tell them your concerns and even go for a bit of monitoring


 

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