30 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 29th week my baby movement is lesser or nill in night time. Is there any problem

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Answer: Dear it's completely normal for baby to have active and lazy days.. some days you will feel baby is playing football inside and some days you will feel baby didn't move at all.. don't worry it's completely normal baby's movement are important it can be high or low ..
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