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Should I phone mau or am I being paranoid

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scaredmum2be Wed 06-Jan-16 15:33:36

29+4 here, baby didn't move yesterday but did when I got into bed. Have felt a few movements today but that is it. Should I phone midwives ?
Placenta is mostly posterior according to a scan at the weekend. It's fundal but mostly towards the back. Funny as at 17 weeks I got told anterior, then at 20 weeks fundal then posterior at 29 weeks lol.

scaredmum2be Wed 06-Jan-16 15:34:11

Also she has no pattern at all.
I've tried fizzy drinks and cold water, nothing

DreamingOfThruxtons Wed 06-Jan-16 15:39:43

Yes, ring midwives. It's definitely the right thing to do, regardless of where your placenta is. Don't second guess it, get yourself checked out- probably it's nothing, but better safe than sorry!

thehillshaveyes Wed 06-Jan-16 15:44:38

Definitely call midwife.

RavioliOnToast Wed 06-Jan-16 15:48:30

Please phone the midwife. You may think you're being silly but you aren't. Don't take no for an answer. My friend delivered her baby asleep the day after her due date because she didn't push to go up when his movements changed.

Heirhelp Wed 06-Jan-16 17:10:27

If you are unsure in any way then give them a ring. That is what they are there for.

sepa Wed 06-Jan-16 20:09:15

Yep. Call them. I went to DAU for movement earlier and the lady was so lovely to me even though mine was just paranoia. Let us know how you get on

RubyWoooo Wed 06-Jan-16 20:25:59

Please, please call your midwife. Now. I'm hoping you've done so already.

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