I'm 32 weeks and although I feel the baby move a bit, it doesn't seem to kick anymore, well at least I don't feel any kicks. I just feel it shifting its position now and again.
Had a routine midwife appointment today and she was concerned that I was measuring 28 weeks so I have a growth scan tomorrow. I guess I'm paranoid that there is something wrong and am beginning to think the baby not kicking isn't normal!
The movements change when there is less space. Rolls, kicks, squirming are all included in a 'kick' count. If you are worried about a change of pattern though, its worth contacting the mw. You know whats right for you and your baby..but the movments
do change because of space but they dont necessarily become less iykwim. x
Me too, it was quite a sudden change too so I was concerned for a couple of weeks. But HB was fine and the movements carried on but different. That is probably all it is, but you're having a scan too so if there are any problems they'll get picked up and sorted out
same here seen my mw tuesday and shes says around now babys dont kick out as often they move around more so long as baby moves around 10 times you shouldnt worry, but since you have a scan, that should ease your mind... my little girl was only 6lb born and was two wks late.. she was never a mover but by god she never shuts up, shes very brainy and learnt to walk at 11 mnths so try not too worry x
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