I was worried about the same thing last night although I'm only 21+5. I ate a drumstick icecream and that got bub moving.
I hope everything is ok xx
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26-11-2012 13:34 #11
Re: Quiet baby - should I be worried?
26-11-2012 13:37 #12
I hope that all if fine for you and your bub.
I used to have a glass of ice cold lemonade if I was worried. Then she would tap dance.
26-11-2012 13:39 #13
Try the cold drink and see if that wakes bub up, if not go in and get checked for peace of mind
26-11-2012 13:47 #14
Quiet baby - should I be worried?
Definitely try icy cold water and see how you go.
If in doubt give your midwives a call
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