28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello dr, i am 28 weeks pregnant, i don't feel baby movement much, very light movement in my lower abdomen and i have anterior placenta and baby is in cephalic position. Is there anything to worry about?

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Answer: Nothing to worry dear, ur baby is in cephalic possible means, it reached to birth canal, so u feel light movements, and also for ur baby have less space to make a move.. U need to feel baby movements atleast 12 times per day. If u feel less than that, than u need to consult ur doctor
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