The 37-week-old Fetus Moves Actively In The Left Abdomen During The Morning?
I want to ask, why is my baby active in the morning, huh? And usually active moves on the right now become active moves on the left, is it normal if you are 37 weeks pregnant? R n r nThank you
Hello Mariagoreti, thank you for consulting on HealthReplies.com.
Fetal movements in the womb can indicate the development of your little one under normal conditions. The reason a baby moves is that he wants to stretch his limbs or when he responds to the emotions felt by the mother, or the response of the sounds he hears. In addition, the baby in the womb can also hear while his mother is reading, talking or singing. Body position and food being consumed by pregnant women can also cause the fetus to move.
Changes in movement that occur now than ever before are actually still classified under normal circumstances. As long as your baby is still actively moving in accordance with the time of waking and sleeping. The change in the location of movement is possible because of changes in the position of the baby, because at the gestational age of more than 36 weeks the position of the baby's head has started below so as to allow for differences in the side of the movement. At the age of more than 36 weeks the fetus's movements seem slower but the strength of the kick may be stronger so that it can make your stomach feel a bit uncomfortable.
Active movement in the morning is probably because at that hour your fetus has begun to wake up, so he needs to stretch after waking up and also caused by changes in blood sugar levels in the body, thus making him move more actively. Normally in the third trimester of pregnancy the baby's movements can reach 30 times in one hour. From now on you can calculate approximately how many times your baby's movements in an hour, because the number of baby movements is very important as a sign of health for your fetus.
In addition to calculating fetal movements, you should still routinely check your obstetric condition to the obstetrician, besides consuming nutritious foods, and taking multivitamins that have been prescribed and recommended by your doctor, increase the consumption of calcium and protein that is needed by your body when you pregnant now.
Thus we can say, hopefully it can be useful. Thanks.