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    Lol vacume.... Then sit down and I met he will get going....

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    I'm 27 week + 1 and I was freaking out last week as bubs wasn't moving as much, so I went to the hospital for monitoring and as soon as they put the monitor on, bubs started kicking like crazy and all was well, but they did say if I am ever concerned to come in; they would prefer that than for something the go undetected.

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    I went in coz of the reduced movements and the moment they strapped me up to the machine he went crazy lol

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    Since reading your post I can't get the quietness of my bub out of my head. But the strange this is, she's being a lot more active when I'm up and moving around than usual, but alot quieter when I'm lying down... Could it just be a change in her normal routine rather than a decrease in movements?

    OP I'm very glad to hear that bub went crazy, such a reassuring feeling!

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