17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello ma'am...hme ye puchana the ki mera 5 months chal rha h to... baby ka kuch moment pta nhi chal paa rha h to hme btaye...ki koi problem to nhi hogi.

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Answer: There is no pblm. In 5 month u ll feel less movements. After 7 month onwards u ll feel the kicks more frequently and try to note the kick count as well.
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