26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 26 weeks pregnant. I can feel the movement only when i lay down in the bed.when i walk work sit i dont feel any movement.and today i am feeling less movement when in the bed too.is it normal??from when can i feel the baby move even if i am walking siting or working?

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Answer: Many females usually feel the movement of baby around 22-28weeks. It varies from person to person. Some females feel the baby movement while walking nd doing other activities from 22 weeks while some feel it late going till 28weeks. So your baby will start to move more in another couple of days. If the baby is not moving like past days for consecutively 2-3 days, then its better to consult your doctor and have the baby checked.
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