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Monitor Your Babies Movements

Monitoring your baby's movements

You will usually start feeling some movement between weeks 16 and 20 weeks of your pregnancy, although it can be later than this. These movements may be felt as a kick, flutter, swish or roll.

Monitoring your Baby's Movements

You should continue to feel your baby move up to and during labour.

If you notice your baby is moving less than usual, or if you have noticed a change in the pattern of movements, it may be the first sign that your baby is unwell. It is therefore essential that you contact your midwife or local maternity unit immediately so your baby's wellbeing can be assessed.

There is no specific number of movements that is considered to be normal. What is important is noticing and monitoring your baby's movements and telling your midwife about any reduction or change in your baby's normal movements.

Grace's Gift

Working in your local Communities, providing support for pregnant mothers, bereaved parents who have suffered baby loss. Grace's Gift work hard to promote the health and wellbeing of Mother and Baby. We run campaigns and fundraising events throughout the year to raise awareness and funds to provide our projects within the community.

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