25 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello. I want to know about baby movements. Last week it was very frequent. Past two days it has been very little. Checked with the doctor baby s hearbeat is Normal. But i m concerned and want to know if I am the only one experiencing it. Thanks

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Answer: Hai dear Don't worry about That one some times baby movements won't be there for some days no need to worry sometimes we won't take care about baby I mean we hv to touch our baby , we hv to sing we hv to talk to our baby may be food is not sufficient to baby we can dance or listening music we can try all these things if babys not moving. There is no need to worry or some times the baby movements we can't recognise slowly they will give movements no need to worry about That one dear Hv a great day t.c
Answer: Hi, baby movement feel slow due to gas, if it start suddenly, that means baby is getting less oxidation. It should be not less than 6 to 7 movement in a day. A total lack of movement is a cause of concern. Take a glass of sweet lemon water or juice and sleep on your left side. If your baby not responding properly as earlier within 2 hours. Consult your doctor 
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