is it true...?

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  1. Taylorr

    Taylorr Well-Known Member

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    .....that baby goes quiet before you go into labour?

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  2. kazharry

    kazharry Well-Known Member

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    Can do but not always, think it's mainly as it hasn't much room left to move about x
     
  3. GothamGirl

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    My dr said she should be active until labor. The types of movements change. More rolls than jabs. She said to call if movement considerably slows down, regardless of when
     
  4. Mummy to be x

    Mummy to be x The 4 of us...♡

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    I hope not! I have had the most active baby EVER all night last night and this morning, I was hoping she might be wiggling her way down hehe
     
  5. Miss Boo

    Miss Boo Well-Known Member

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    I've read in 'Stand and Deliver' (awesome book) that it can feel that way as the baby has much less room to move at that point :)
     
  6. newmommy23

    newmommy23 Mommy to Mollymaia

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    nope. Molly was super wiggly before and during labor
     
  7. mummymadness

    mummymadness Mummy to 4

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    Some woman believe the day they delivered baby was alot quieter so thats where the myth comes from , But its each baby is different kind of thing . With oscar as i was delivering him he was still kicking my stomach lol. xxxx
     
  8. Tanikit

    Tanikit Well-Known Member

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    If baby gets a lot quieter I would get it checked. My baby has grown rapidly recently and can no longer kick like she was - the movements though are still occurring but I am having to pay attention to different types of movements now - no more jerks and kicks, now its just squirms and wriggles. I am diabetic so baby runs out of space slightly earlier than she should and then overstretches everything by the end.
     
  9. Taylorr

    Taylorr Well-Known Member

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    Ah no she is complete opposite..she never seems to stop moving tbh. Am just wishing she would come out now :haha:

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