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Question: is it OK to have very mild fetal movements even in 33rd week

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Answer: As uterus starts really expanding so you may stop feeling movements as frequently. Try drinking lots of water and laying on your left side or drinking some orange juice to see if he/she starts moving around if you ever feel like you aren't feeling enough. Start doing kick counts. You are supposed to feel the baby kick about 10 times an hour. You may not always feel your child moving that much but as long as u can feel movements around throughout the day its is fine.
Answer: yes its possible, as the baby grows inside the womb and there is less space left. However, movement should be always be felt. take sugary drinks in case of no movement else contact doctor.
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