Fetal Movements 19 Weeks Old?
Mlm, I want to ask. I am 19week pregnant, why is my fetus active when I am not active? Is that reasonable? But if I am active, my fetus rarely moves … is that really so? And he moves more actively at night
Thank you for the question.
Generally, the fetus in the womb will indeed be more active in moving when the mother is resting, for example at night. Many experts suspect that the fetus feels like being swung when the mother moves a lot so that she will sleep more. Conversely, when the mother rests, she will be more easily awake, and move a lot. However, what exactly the mechanism underlying this condition is actually not known until now.
Not only the mother's activity, whether or not active fetal movement in the womb is influenced by a variety of other factors, including gestational age, fetal size, amount of amniotic fluid, number of fetuses, nutritional intake, placental conditions, maternal hormone conditions, and many other factors.
As long as your baby is active, even though he is more active during the day or night, then you really don't need to worry. Simply discipline your pregnancy control to the doctor or obstetrician so that your health and the fetus in your womb can be more easily controlled and handled if indeed experiencing a disorder. Do not forget, be disciplined to live a healthy lifestyle, adequate rest, and eat a variety of nutritious foods so that your candugan health is better maintained.
Hope this helps ...