I seriously hate the worry with movements, especially these last few weeks. I'm always so embarrassed when I call in. With DD I went in maybe 4 or 5 times towards the end (starting around 39 weeks). Everything was fine every time, fortunately. With DS I went in 4 times. The first time they were a little concerned ( 38 weeks) and kept me over night and did a bpp the next morning. Everything looked fine so was sent home. Went back 2 more times and he looked great so left after an hour. The 4th time I went in (39+5) he didn't look great so they delivered him that night. There didn't seem to be any immediate danger, but they found that he had low fluid levels. With this one I've already gone in once (33+6). Everything looked great aside from some uterine irritability and ended up getting some fluids and spent about 5 hours there. Had a bpp the following week with my OB. Everything looked great. NST with the OB which also looked great. I've had some days where she's been quiet, which I hate (trying to make the judgement call of whether or not to call the OB to get checked out as I otherwise could probably be calling every few days!). She was pretty quiet on Saturday, but there was a lot of stress with my mom breaking her wrist, so I was more focused on my mom, but had some orange juice later and she was bouncing around happily after that. Good movements Sunday - Tuesday. She was a little quiet yesterday, but responded pretty well to OJ and food. Now today I'm just getting a few nudges / squirms (like maybe 10, so far, all day - I've been up for about 7 hours). She's not really responded as usual to anything I've tried so far over the last few hours. My OB has been great. She reassured me it's okay to call in if I'm worried, but I still feel so guilty and am afraid of wasting everyone's time, especially if everything is okay like it usually is. I have my scheduled c section in 14 days and it truly can't come soon enough as I hate having to worry about movement so much (I was so stressed out over it with DS that I was about to beg for a rcs instead of trying for a vbac because I couldn't deal with it any more -- still ended up with a rcs, but at least my worries were over knowing he was out safely). I just hate having to try and make the judgement call of whether or not to call when it seems like I could call every few days. My next appt is on Tuesday (will have another bpp). I'm hoping she's just in an odd position.