Cause The Baby In The Womb Often Kicks Slowly?
Good afternoon, I want to ask before the baby kicks it slowly, the baby is active and the kick is fast. But now I feel the kicks go slowly and often, is this dangerous for the baby? Thank you
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Fetal movements generally begin to be felt in the second trimester, and with increasing gestational age, your baby's movements in your stomach will feel stronger and more frequent. Generally in the final trimester you can feel about 30 times the movement in one hour. Changes in your fetal movements can be caused by various things and influenced by various things, such as the type of food you consume, the emotional state of the mother, when you feel certain sounds, etc. The fetus moves to flex and stretch its body because it is growing. For this reason it's good when you start entering the final trimester to start counting your fetal movements every day, normally the fetus moves about 10 times an hour or less. The intended movement can be in the form of punches, kicks, pulsations, and other movements that you feel in your stomach. If you feel a change in where your baby is less active than usual, then you can consult this to your obstetrician, the doctor can do an ultrasound to ensure the condition of the fetus in your womb. Also before taking him to the doctor you can try to stimulate your child's movements by trying to drink cold drinks or ice or listen to music that is rather loud, usually the fetus will then respond to this by making movements.
If there are things such as reduced fetal movement, fetal pulses weakened, accompanied by amniotic changes to brown or green color, it is necessary to watch out for fetal distress and immediately go to the nearest clinic.
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