Fetal Movement Decreases At 28 Weeks?
Hello, I want to ask why, at the age of my womb, I stepped on 29 baby movements reduced to calm like that, and I felt pain, I often wanted to be like that.
Hello, thanks for the question.
During pregnancy a lot of changes that occur in the body of the mother, both physically and mentally. During pregnancy there are hormonal changes whose purpose is to adjust the mother's body during pregnancy so that the fetus can grow and develop in the mother's womb in a healthy manner. During pregnancy, the body will often feel rheumatic pain or aches, this is because the body's burden increases so the body needs more energy to support the body so the body will feel aching. Frequent urination in pregnant women is also a normal thing to happen during pregnancy, because the bladder is located in front of the uterus, so when the uterus enlarges it will push the bladder so that it will stimulate the mother to urinate frequently. In addition, the mother will also begin to feel fetal movements from inside the uterus. Fetal movements begin to be felt by mothers at 16-22 weeks gestational age, the average age of 20 weeks. The number of movements made by the fetus varies in number per fetus. The movement of the fetus in the womb is not always the same, sometimes it moves actively and sometimes it is also less active. The fetus can move about ten times in 12 hours, or 10 times for two hours or less at 28 weeks or more. But in certain conditions the fetus will not actively move, for example in conditions where the fetus sleeps, the fetal position is close to the mother's spine, so that fetal movement does not reach the mother's abdomen, the mother experiences nutritional deficiencies, stress or fatigue, fetal growth is smaller than the size normal fetus, lack of oxygen to the fetus, and others.
If the fetus is previously actively moving and then become inactive for a long period of time, immediately consult a gynecologist. The doctor will ask a number of things related to complaints, such as when the mother last felt fetal movements, trigger factors for reduced fetal activity, and other complaints that accompany. The doctor will also carry out physical examinations and supporting examinations if needed, such as ultrasound. Handling immediately may be able to avoid things that are not desirable in the mother and baby. In addition, continue to do a healthy lifestyle, eat nutritious foods, meet fluid needs, get enough rest, avoid stress and fatigue, avoid excessive physical activity, routinely exercise control to the doctor to monitor fetal activity and growth, and try to stimulate activity fetus.
Thus, hopefully it helps.