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Question: hello mam.i am 29 weeks pregnant now...can you pls explain about normal baby movement...i want to know about it because this is my first baby..

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Answer: Now is a good time to start counting baby’s kicks, to help ensure everything’s on track. You can count kicks once in the morning and once at night every day. Get your partner in on the action, too! As you’re the one growing the baby and can feel everything, anything that your partner can feel helps make this more real and more connected to your baby and pregnancy. When you decide to start counting, look for ten movements (not just kicks) within an hour. If you can’t feel ten movements at least within a two-hour period, it’s best to call your doctor or midwife. To make the counting period easier, it’s a good idea to have a little snack before you begin counting, or to plan your counting time to come after a meal. The blood sugar rush usually gets baby going. - See more at: https://www.bellybelly.com.au/pregnancy-week-by-week/29-weeks-pregnant/
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    Suvi Vasu596 days ago

    Thanks a lot mam..will start doing

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    Suvi Vasu596 days ago

    Thanks a lot mam..will start doing

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    Meenakshi Lochan596 days ago

    best of luck

Answer: Hi my dear Each infant is different, with some more active than others. The first sensations you feel may be a fluttering (like 'butterflies in your tummy'), swishing, rolling or tumbling sensation or a tiny kick. As your pregnancy progresses, the movements normally become more distinct and frequent.
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    Suvi Vasu596 days ago

    Thank you mam

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