Good question, I everyone is different. You always here if movements stop call the midwife straight away. I have been having contractions etc for week and the midwife always asked if I can still feel the baby move and they seemed relieved when I say yes so I don't think reduced movement is a sign of labour.
My lil man has been quiet, was at hospital Tuesday and they monitered him, he is perfectly fine but even on the monitor he was quiet.
I've felt movement obviously but he's not as active as he usually is xx
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