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When did your babies movement regulate?

(6 Posts)
AnxietyForever Sun 08-Oct-17 21:23:13

Just that really- I've been feeling movement since week 17/18 (now 22) but some days I have lots of movement and some days hardly anything and I start to worry

meltingmarshmallows Mon 09-Oct-17 00:19:40

34w now and they’re still like that! No real pattern but if I lay on my side or drink something cold she’ll wake up. There’s daily movement but when really varies

pomadas87 Mon 09-Oct-17 06:55:51

Around 32 weeks for me and I'm 34 weeks now. But every day different... but definite patterns of massive activity (I.e early morning, about 11am, after lunch and then 10pm ish)

MrsCharlieD Mon 09-Oct-17 08:20:15

I only really figured out my pattern once on mat leave and had the time to concentrate on it. In a morning I have the odd nudge, late afternoon a flurry of activity and then later in the evening lots of activity.

ethelfleda Mon 09-Oct-17 08:25:01

35+1 here and I still don't think they have! He was very active all last week and then yesterday I ended up in the maternity unit as I hadn't felt him all day. Of course he started having a little rave as soon as I got there blush but the midwife was lovely and I was monitored anyway. I wouldn't worry about it that early to be honest... for maybe 6 weeks or so ice noticed certain things will get him moving but they don't work 100% of the time.
I'd speak to your midwife when you next see her and ask. I think they tell you to start tuning in to movements at around 24 weeks.

mummabubs Mon 09-Oct-17 08:34:24

I'm 40+2 and still no fixed pattern! (But then I have an anterior placenta so sometimes it's been a bit hard to feel movements). I think as long as you're still feeling movements every day it's probably ok but obviously if you're really worried contact your midwife/ hospital assessment unit? 22 weeks is still quite early to notice a pattern I think?

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