27 weeks pregnant and baby hasnt moved much at all today should I be scared?

Natalie - posted on 06/04/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )




Since I have gotten pregnant and have been able to feel the baby move, she has not stopped moving! I get the braxton hicks contractions quite often but have been told that it is normal so that isnt much of my worry! I havent felt my little girl move all day! Is there something wrong or is it normal? Does anyone know?


Natalie - posted on 06/05/2009




Thank you! It does make me feel better to know that it is normal and that I am not alone with this issue! I will try those things and hopefully something will work! But I do believe that she is fine!

Andrea-Jayne [AJay Jimajay] - posted on 06/05/2009




it is normal at this stage, as they now have regular sleeping and waking patterns. she will have moved at some point, just a little tiny wriggle you may have been too busy or concentrating on something to notice. if you havent felt her move since you wrote thise this afternoon, try not to worry [i know its hard] just give her a little prod, or put on some loud music and jump [carefully] around a bit. some people have warm baths to help the baby move, or drink a very very icey cold drink. remember, things are also getting quite cramped in there! im sure you will feel her at some point, but as long as you feel fine and havent had any pains or anything, then chances are shes just being quiet at the moment. try these things, and wait til the morning, then if youre still worried or havent felt her talk to your midwife, but i assure you she will be fine!


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Knightsammona - posted on 01/30/2017




Well I'm 27 weeks and my baby hasn't been moving much today as he did yesterday I'm thinking about going to to hospital to see if anything's wroung. So I can have some Peace of mind. This is my first pregnancy and some I have high blood pressure I feel it would affect the baby.

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You could also try drinking some orange juice if you need reassurance. When the sugars hit baby, she'll be jumping around everywhere. :)

Natalie - posted on 06/06/2009




have you been walking around a lot today ? baby's go to sleep in the womb when we move around, which is why you feel them more when y you go to bed, cause they wake up ! if you don't feel her much tomorrow, then contact your midwife, but i wouldn't worry to much at the moment !

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