I don't know if reading the recent threads has just frightened me, but there is a definite difference in type and frequency of movement.
I am 35 weeks today and think he has become engaged as I keep sitting on his head.
I thought that may explain the difference in movement, but now I feel I need to go to the hospital for re-assurance.
The only problem is, I live under a different borough to where the hospital is and it causes all kinds of hoo-ha. Do I need to ring the community midwife in my area or the hospital direct? If its the hospital, which dept?
Definitely get checked if you're worried, I've been twice this week as I wasn't happy with the amount and strength of movements. I have noticed though that the movements definitely have decreased since she has become engaged.
Call the main hospital switchboard and ask to be put through to the delivery assessment unit maybe? That's where I had to go - no idea if it's the same in other hospitals! If not then i'm sure they'll point you in the right direction.
No-one else can do school run, I could pick her up early and go because they shut at 4.30. Just waiting for British Gas to ring back, they were supposed to be here by 1. We have no hot water as boiler is broken.
really glad you went in suwoo and more so that bub is ok. I was always told to keep full fat coke in the fridge and drink that when hadnt felt movements. It got bub moving a few times and saved the trip to the hospital.