34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I didn't get much more movements.. Am really scared.. What can I do? Am in my 34 weeks of pregnancy.. Pls suggest me

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Answer: Dear at this stage movement get reduced to once or twice every hour. If you are feeling ur baby mive or kick even once every hour then there is nothing to get worried. Although if there is a gap of more than 2 hours without any movement then you may need to report it to your gynae immediately. Hope this helps.
Answer: Yes baby movement reduced by  32 week of pregnancy as the baby is growing and there is no enough room for the baby to move. You can do a fetal movement count, at least 10 in 2 hours, counted on lying left lateral position is considered normal You still feel less movement then consult your doctor
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