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    I hate the days when Bub is quiet. So unnerving!!

    Go with your gut feeling.
    I called my OB a few weeks ago for the same reason. She had me come in to check things out... Everything was fine, I did feel a bit silly (OB was great and by no means made me feel silly) but the reassurance was what I needed.

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    I did this a few weeks ago too. Had the flu and bub was ultra quiet. Phoned OB and was told to go to the hospital for a CTG. As soon as the monitor was on he went crazy and I felt silly but the midwife said always contact them if there's been a change in movement and you're concerned. She said not to leave it too long either.

    I hope she became a bit more active and she's just having a lazy day.

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    Let's put it this way - you'd feel a lot more than silly if something was wrong and you ignored it. Silly is a small price to pay.

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    Mrs tugs exactly!!!

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    Yeh I know. Have been trying to tell myself all afternoon it's all fine but decided no give them a call - heading in now for ctg etc ... After I called hubby got all worried and apologised for telling me to stop worrying.

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    Keep us posted woof

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    Woof after I called and they said to go straight to hospital I panicked and cried all the way there. The relief when I heard his heartbeat and movements was immense and i cried all over again.

    Let us know how you go. X

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    Zoe Michelle was born at 11:20am this morning weighing a surprising 2.2kg's and 45cm long... She is in NICU as needs CPAP support and humi crib... They have said she still needs to be in here till 37-38 weeks (so 2-3 weeks) but will move to the special care nursery... I'm just heading to bed, waiting for some drugs then going to sleep for at least 4 hours when I have to express the minuscule amount of colostrum... We are over the moon she is healthy and a great size... She looks so much like my partner too which was funny as I thought she would be a mini me!
    Hope your CTG went of Woof I did that once as freaked out and honestly they would rather you come in xx

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    Congratulations TTC!!!!!!! And love the name 2.2kg is awesome!

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    Welcome Zoe!!!!! Congrats TTC - 2.2kg!! How wonderful!!!

    Ctg was perfect. Had a quick scan too and that was also perfect. She's wiggled into a really strange position .., head down, butt under my left side of ribcage, leg across placenta, knee in placenta and foot near right side of ribs. Second foot down in front of her face. Looks so awkward but she seemed comfy ... Got to see her practicing her breathing (a lot - she wouldn't stop) .., also lots of swallowing, a few yawns and some swallow/suck movements that looks like she was kissing the placenta.

    Soooooo happy and relaxed now. And yeh the obs that saw me said never think it's silly - just call and come in ... No matter what.

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