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Old Oct 6th, 2017, 02:13 AM   1
Talia12
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Reduced movement 25 weeks


Hi ladies, I'm 25+3 and last night had to sleep with my DS in his single bed because he had a cold and wouldn't sleep alone, unfortunately this meant I was getting squashed onto my back/front for most of the night and I'm paranoid it's hurt the baby as this morning she's been very quiet, not completely motionless but quiet, where normally she's beating me up. I'm not going to mess about and if I'm still noticing it after I've got up, eaten breakfast and taken DS to school in an hour, I'll go straight to maternity triage. However my question is what will they do? I went once when I was pregnant with DS and they did an ECG for an hour to track baby's wellbeing and I can't remember what else, but I was 33 weeks and just wondered if they'd even take me seriously at this point or what they'd do.
Has anyone been to the hospital for reduced movement as early as 25 weeks? Did they take it seriously? What did they do? TIA



 
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Old Oct 6th, 2017, 05:27 AM   2
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I know my hospital will only check for heartbeat on doppler before 28 weeks, after then it's on the monitor. Hopefully she has woken up and started moving around as normal x



 
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Old Oct 6th, 2017, 06:26 AM   3
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Thank you, she has I think!
That's what I thought, I knew there was a cut off point before they started with the monitors and it did seem to be after 25 weeks. I hope this doesn't happen again before around 28 because I'm not going all the way to the hospital just for a Doppler, got one of those myself!



 
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