38 weeks and 5 days pregnant, woke up with no pelvic pain, or pressure after having it since 36 weeks and haven't felt baby move all morning ?!

Kelsey - posted on 03/16/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I woke up with absolutely not pain, or pressure after I've had it every morning since about 36 weeks. And I also haven't felt baby move this morning. She's been in the same spot all day and no kicks or punches ? Let me know what you think is going on please !!!

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Chana - posted on 03/16/2015

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I am not a doctor or even in the medical field. You really need to contact your doctor. I will tell you this same thing happened to me with my youngest daughter and what the doctor told me was that she was "in position and resting for delivery". This was after they did an exam and made me go for an ultrasound. This happened on a Wednesday morning and I had her Friday night. Hugs!

Sarah - posted on 03/16/2015

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Actually, I have rethought my answer. You are term. Call you doctor, tell him you feel no movement and you want to be examined. Ask whether you should go to the ER, L&D or his office. But go. You are more likely to regret NOT going, than going.

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Kelsey - posted on 03/16/2015

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As the day went on I felt her moving around, it was just odd to me to have no pain or pressure when I woke up when that is normally when I have it the worst! Thank you ladies!

Sarah - posted on 03/16/2015

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If you are sure you've felt no movement, call your doctor or go to the ER. You can try to solicit movement by eating a snack, drinking a really cold drink and then lay on your side for a while. However, you have pain and you have not felt movement, IMO get help.

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