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Old 09-03-2003, 02:53 AM   #1
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I've heard that these things can be wrong 75% of the time due to the little one just being sleepy or not wanting to move as much. Has anyone heard this? I am just worried that he's not going to move much and I am going to panic or the dr. is going to panic or something and it's only gonna be because he is sleepy or something...

If they perform the test and the little one just isn't very active do they wait and re-test? deliver the baby? or do a u/s to find out how baby is doing?

Listen at me!! I'm going to drive myself nutty with all of this worry!

Thanks so much guys!
April
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Old 09-03-2003, 03:48 AM   #2
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If the baby is not moving alot than they will probably give you some juice and wait a while longer to see what happens. This is what they did for me with my last pregnancy. The baby was barely moving (not even any swishing sounds) for like 40 min i only had maybe 2-3 movments, if that, they want to see more, they gave me some orange juice and she was kicking up a storm within 10-15 minutes.

 
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