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Question: Hii am 30 week pregnant yesterday night onword still i can't feel baby movements .. What can i do?? Plz reply

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Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Babies’ movements change as they grow and develop, and they should become more frequent in the third trimester. Towards the end of your pregnancy, you might feel anything from 16 to 45 movements an hour. If you don't feel the constant movements for more than 24 hours, please contact your gynecologist immediately. Take care.
Answer: Hi dear, Baby movements usually feels less as one steps in 3 rd trimester.baby growth is rapid and due to space crunch baby can't move much.not to worry if your previous scans are fine.
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    Jyothi A1052 days ago

    Tq dear

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