17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I dont feel any movement for the last few days is it ok

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Answer: Hi dear, i know its worrisome if your stop feeling movement of baby if you don't feel the movement for more than 4-6 hrs then its good to raise alarm. Some gentle tricks you may use to get a response from the baby: Change position, especially lying on my back or belly briefly. Eat something sweet, then wait a few minutes. Listen to music, my son never kicked harder than when the organ played at church! Press on one side of my belly, and see if the baby presses back. Drink an icy cold glass of water to wake him up!
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