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Post  Georgi on Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:25 pm

So between weeks 21-24 movement has been REALLY obvious, I could clearly see my belly move in all directions and some kicks would literally take my breath away but over the last 2/3 days I can't help but notice the pattern of movement has changed. My midwife advised me to not count the kicks but to make a mental note of the pattern of movement and if thing's changed I should contact her....well thing's have changed, I still feel movement but it's less intense and certainly not as much as it's been...is it normal for movement to slow down at this stage of pregnancy??? I don't remember what it was like with Theo at 25 weeks and I know that ideally you shouldn't compare but I just need some reassurance I guess!

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Post  mscherry42 on Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:31 pm

Sometimes it slows down because they have less room to move than they used to. Maybe you have a long one in there.
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Post  sparkles on Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:16 pm

Georgi- I remember having a scare in my early 20 weeks with Kyrah stooping moving so much, i rang the hospital and they were not worried at all, saying its too early to feel baby ( i had felt her since14-16 weeks) then i rang again later and the lady was nice, saying lie on your side and drink something sugary and make sure they are moving, even though i had the doppler and could here bubs it freaked me out. It really only lasted a week, so i wonder if it was a growth spurt maybe a bubs was sleeping more?? i dunno
but your not silly for feeling worries, im sure i will go through it again lol
I cant wait to feel this abby move, at times i think i have felt it, but still unsure
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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  Angel on Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:09 pm

Hey babe,probasbly just that shes getting lower on room now,she will have long legs like her mummy.But if you're worried maybe sneak in a nother midwife visit? I am sure thats just what it is though,you cant pull your arm/leg back that ar to move when it's cramped! Smile/happy

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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  Ginny on Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:47 pm

hey georgi!
I just wanted to say i DO remember this with thane and i even went and looked at my book of symptoms with him and the same thing happened.
i am sure baby girl is fine! maybe she has moved or is head down already?? I dunno, but i do know it happened with me too Wink xxxxx
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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  Lou Lou on Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:22 am

I agree with everyone. She has probably gotten a little bigger AND she may have changed positions. I know with Owen he was front facing (his tummy was pointing out) but at some point he turned with his back facing out and the movement TOTALLY changed. She may just be getting into position! : )
Of course, YOU know your body and your baby better than any of us so if things don't feel right, have it checked out.

Hang in there! I'm sure she's fine!

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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  Georgi on Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:40 am

Thank you for all your reassuring replies Kiss it's typical but literally since yesterday afternoon she has been moving about a lot so I guess it must have been a case of her moving positions!?

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Post  Lily*Blossom on Sat Oct 03, 2009 11:48 pm

When I was pregnant with LM she was transverse for the longest time and she would grind her head and heels into both my hips. Then she flipped, it was the craziest thing, and I didn't feel her as much. I was really freaked out at first, but then after a few days again, I got used to her new position and I guess she did too because she started kicking like crazy again. I think the bigger they get, the less wiggly and squirmy the movements feel. In stead you will just feel hard kicks every so often.

I'm sure it's okay, glad to hear you have such an active little girl in there! I can't wait for you to meet her!


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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  mscherry42 on Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:56 am

I'm glad she listened to you and reassured you. See, she's already an obedient little girl! Enjoy it while it lasts!!!!
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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  LeanneWhitney on Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:36 pm

hey hun just want to day around same time cloie was slower and weaker till around 33 week was slower but could see her movements but she has long legs and arms they said she was going weight around 8-9 pounds but she was 6:14 just long at 51 if, i found if i focused on it to much i would worry my self
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Re: Movement at 25 wks

Post  Helen on Sat Oct 10, 2009 5:12 pm

She may have just changed her sleeping patternes hun and room is getting limited in there ... I shouldn't worry tho as I was told kicks/movements don't really count under the stage they give the kick charts out x
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