The Baby’s Movements Decrease At 20 Weeks Of Gestation?
I want to ask, I am pregnant at 20 weeks when I was 19 weeks old. My fetus is very active. But after entering 20 this Sunday, I didn’t feel the baby’s movement. I felt the baby had less movement and I was very worried because my stomach was tense before it hurt. How to recruit a doctor, what is the cause?
Hello Mrs. Nasmi! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Decrease or cessation of fetal movement in the womb can mean that the fetus is in a dangerous state. We recommend that you immediately see a gynecologist or the nearest hospital emergency room for immediate help. The causes of this disorder can include various pregnancy complications, such as preeclampsia, umbilical cord twists, disorders of the placenta or placenta, infection in pregnancy, and various other problems. To determine the disorders and causes of the disorders that you are experiencing, you should immediately see a doctor for an examination.
So much information from me. Hopefully this helps and I hope the fetus is still in good condition.