Fetal Kicks Are Less Active At The Age Of 6 Months?
Hello … I am 6 months pregnant before 6 months, my fetus is active and the kicks are strong, why after 6 months these days the kicks are not like the ones that are already gone … like not active …
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Basically new baby movements will begin to be felt stably after the gestational age reaches 28 weeks. If your pregnancy is still less than 28 weeks, then you do not need to worry too much if you can sometimes feel the baby's movements and sometimes not. Baby's movements also don't have to be strong all the time. Sometimes babies only move lightly, but as long as you can still feel the movements, then you don't need to worry too much. You are still advised to carry out routine checks to the obstetrician (according to the schedule provided by your doctor)
If your womb is about 28 weeks old, then you will begin to be advised to carry out routine fetal movements checks. In general, fetal movements will be said to be reduced if you feel less than 10 movements in 2 hours. Even small movements will still be counted as movements (not necessarily strong kicks). If this is true for you, you should do a checkup with your obstetrician as soon as possible.
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