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Old 12-27-2007, 12:32 PM   #1
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Decreased Movement at 25 weeks?

I was wondering if its normal to feel the baby move less around 25 weeks? I have been feeling the baby (and knowing it was def the baby) since 17/18 weeks. From then on I had felt the baby quite a bit during the morning, day and evening. Mostly when I would sit down after being active. The past week or so I haven't felt him as often. I still feel him move here and there but not as much activity in short periods of time like before. It was like bursts of energetic movements in a short period of time. But now I just feel one here and there. My doc doesn't have me doing kick counts till 28 weeks so Im trying not to worry to much. I have my appt on monday so I will ask more about it then but has anyone else experienced this around the same time?

 
Old 12-27-2007, 05:08 PM   #2
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Re: Decreased Movement at 25 weeks?

I think mine slowed down also around that time. I would sometimes go a whole day and not notice any kicks. Around 28 weeks he started getting super active again and also the room is running out. I am 31 weeks now and sometime I want to scream because his movements hurt so bad. Maybe your baby has changed positions so you don't feel the movement as much or it is not strong enough. I notice that depending on how the baby is positioned really has a lot to do on how much and how often I feel him.

 
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Old 12-27-2007, 05:20 PM   #3
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Re: Decreased Movement at 25 weeks?

The baby moves a lot more than we can actually feel. Are you normally very active? I noticed when I'm up moving around a lot I don't feel much, if any movement. I mainly feel it when I'm relaxing or first thing in the morning before getting out of bed.

 
Old 12-28-2007, 08:01 AM   #4
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Re: Decreased Movement at 25 weeks?

Yes I usually feel him in the morning before I get up and at night after dinner when I am sitting down. Last night he actually was moving quite a bit so I think it may have been how he has been positioned the past few days. If i feel around my belly I can pretty much feel where he is because its harder and the other parts of my belly aren't as hard. I think he may have had his back up against the outside and thats why I didn't feel them as much. I could feel him dancing on my bladder occassionally though!

 
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