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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:28 AM   1
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Baby moves during contractions?


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I am wondering if anyone else experiencing a lot of baby movements during contractions or BH? I have been experiencing quite a bit of contractions for about a week now, and my LO is moving a lot during each contraction. I am actually rather surprised by the number of movements in each contraction. My stomach is constantly tightening with actual contractions and releasing after. The contractions come and goes, although I have been told a few times to watch for early labor signs.

Also during my non stress tests, they saw both baby movements along with contractions at the same time. Anyone else ever experience something similar?



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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:38 AM   2
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I've noticed that my LO moves right at the end of my bh or a lot right after. Or she pushes out a lot...like she's trying to get away from it or something. Lol.
I'm not as far as u, so I'm sure mine aren't as intense as yours



 
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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:43 AM   3
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Ladies,

I am wondering if anyone else experiencing a lot of baby movements during contractions or BH? I have been experiencing quite a bit of contractions for about a week now, and my LO is moving a lot during each contraction. I am actually rather surprised by the number of movements in each contraction. My stomach is constantly tightening with actual contractions and releasing after. The contractions come and goes, although I have been told a few times to watch for early labor signs.

Also during my non stress tests, they saw both baby movements along with contractions at the same time. Anyone else ever experience something similar?
yes hun its totally normal sometimes they change positions when you get a contraction because they have been disturbed,had it with all three of my children even when i was in labour its fine.xx



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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:43 AM   4
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Glad i'm not the only one! I read somewhere before that baby usually goes quiet during contraction because of the lack of oxygen and tightening that happens during contraction.



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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:49 AM   5
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I usually get movements after but I think during would be fine too, probably just getting comfy



 
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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:53 AM   6
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You can actually get a contraction because your baby is moving so much. Something iv been having alot these past few weeks. Especialy since my contractions started off to be the real deal and then just stopped This could be the cause of your contraction. And thats why your feeing yur baby. When your body is experiencing a true contaction your baby cannot move due to the tightness of the belly. Also having a full bladder can cause Bh



 
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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 09:58 AM   7
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I do sometimes get movements after the contractions as well. But I noticed that LO does move a lot during contractions. She does move a lot even not during contractions too. It just makes it extra uncomfortable when the contraction happens and she's moving at the same time.

I do visit the bathrooms so often nowadays its crazy, lol. Almost every 30 minutes my bladder feels full!



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