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Question: day by day babies movement is going slow.. why?

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Answer: There are various reasons a baby may move less. Babies experience cycles of sleep while they are in the womb, Your baby will not usually move during their sleep periods. Mothers emotional and physical state can influence the amount a baby will move. Dehydration and fasting can also cause the baby to move less, it is important to eat and drink well to ensure the health of the baby. movement is sometimes caused by a leak or rupture in the amniotic sac that surrounds the baby. Now baby is in full growth and has very less space. Baby has difficulties to move in the uterus due to low space. Call your doctor when you do not feel any movements.
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