Baby Kicks Are Felt At The Age Of 6 Months?
In the afternoon, I am widya pregnant with my first child r nAre already 6 months pregnant, I want to ask why the baby’s kick is already felt close to the uterus? R nWill my baby be breechy?
Hello Miss Ijon,
Fetal movements or quickening can begin to be felt by the mother at 16-25 weeks of gestation. Normal fetal movements can vary greatly up to 30 times per hour, but normally not less than 10 movements for 2 hours. Fetal movements are usually more actively felt when the mother after eating high carbohydrates / high sugar or can also increase after caffeine consumption. Fetal movement can be slightly reduced in the sleep cycle. Fetal movements are generally felt in the abdomen where the baby's feet and hands are located. Your uterus at 6 months of pregnancy will certainly no longer be underneath, but usually the upper part has exceeded the center. If you mean to feel it at the bottom, it is very likely like that. At the age of 6 months (24 weeks), the fetal position is usually still above the head and feet below or there is also a transverse. Slowly around 28 weeks' gestation, the baby will change to a head down position, and will reach a stable position at 34 weeks. If there is no change in the baby's position, the head stays up at the gestational age, then the baby's position is likely to be breeched.
To find out the actual position of the baby, you can consult an obstetrician. In addition to touching your stomach area, the doctor will perform an ultrasound examination that can easily see the positions of the baby's body parts.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.