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Increased baby movement or all in my head??

(21 Posts)
Cullercoats88 Sat 10-Jan-15 22:26:11

I think I'm just being a first time, over excited, mom to be. But all day today I have felt baby, none stop. Usually I feel her first thing in morning and then from 7pm-11pm. Today I have also been sick, and drifted in and out of sleep for long periods (really unlike me). I'm 37+2 but due to being given two different due dates, I could actually be 38+2 and me and hubby have always felt baby will be early.

I called midwife and she was unsure so asked her colleague for second opinion, who said its best to go in to do 'trace' I think- I assume monitor babies heart rate? I would hate to waste their time, I don't feel unwell, even when I was sick, it was barely anything, ive kept most food down and don't feel uncomfortable.

What would you guys do? Am I over reacting?

lia66 Sat 10-Jan-15 22:29:27

No you are not over reacting, please go in and be checked. Unusual increased movements can be a sign if feotal distress.

It's not wasting their time. Go soon. Good luck x

maccie Sat 10-Jan-15 22:29:57

I would go and get checked NOW. sorry to shout but you need any change in movements checked out asap. An increase is still a change

maccie Sat 10-Jan-15 22:31:30

Please don't put this off until tomo

Cullercoats88 Sat 10-Jan-15 22:34:09

Ok thanks all!

Just hate the thought of wasting a nurses time!! X

Jodie1982 Sat 10-Jan-15 22:44:04

My lil fella is like it all day! Literally non stop, barely has sleep time. I've just come out of hospital due to a Kidney Infection and whilst in there I was monitored a lot and I mentioned his non stop movement n they said he's just a very active healthy baby and that it's a good sign, I thought he might b in distress! It's always best to get checked out though.

SnowLondon Sat 10-Jan-15 22:47:15

This is unusual for the op tho...

PLEASE get checked out NOW!!!

RandomMess Sat 10-Jan-15 22:49:56

ANY unusual movement whether increase, decrease or just "different" should be thoroughly checked out, please go now.

Superworm Sat 10-Jan-15 22:50:45

I had a very similar thing with DS with unusual non stop movements. Turns I had an infection, his heart rate was 210 bpm and he was in distress.

Any change in movements should be checked, so it's good you called and are going in.

Cullercoats88 Sun 11-Jan-15 09:22:54

I'm going into labour!!!

All is well with baby I'm now home and having mild contractions grin will wait until they become more frequent and then go back!! smile

applecore0317 Sun 11-Jan-15 09:33:23

Congratulations!!! grin

Ridingthestorm Sun 11-Jan-15 10:01:25

Pooh. Keep us posted. 37/38 weeks is 'full term'. X

Cullercoats88 Sun 11-Jan-15 15:10:05

I have baked bread, had a long bath and bounced on my ball. The contractions are more frequent now so we are off to the hospital. I stupidly agreed to calling baby Robyn if van Persie scores in Man U game later, don't agree to anything whilst mid contraction!!
Will keep you posted, I'm so excited grin

maccie Sun 11-Jan-15 15:15:19

I'm very pleased things are going well OP. Very exciting news. X

bigfam Sun 11-Jan-15 15:38:36

I'm so jealous, hope things go well and good luck. Btw van persie didn't score grin xx

SnowLondon Tue 13-Jan-15 12:28:29

How are u op?

lia66 Tue 13-Jan-15 21:40:21

Also checking to see how you are OP? Hope all went well x

Cullercoats88 Wed 14-Jan-15 20:52:01

Hello yes I'm well thank you, as is baby!!
We are deciding on a name at the moment, but she was born a lovely 7lb 2 7.55pm on Sunday! It was a very quick, calm, water birth. She is just asleep now smilegrin

Hellohellohowareyou Wed 14-Jan-15 21:05:30

Ahhh congratulations flowers

BumWad Wed 14-Jan-15 21:56:07

Oh how lovely congratulations!

Superworm Wed 14-Jan-15 22:08:58

Congrats! Enjoy those lovely snuggles smile

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