Feeling your baby move is a sign that they are well. Most women usually begin to feel their baby move between 16 and 24 weeks of pregnancy. A baby’s movements can be described as anything from a kick, flutter, swish or roll. The type of movement may change as your pregnancy progresses.
Tommy's has developed a guide to baby movements in partnership with NHS England on baby's movements in pregnancy and it is available in ten languages at the bottom of this page.
How often should my baby move?
There is no set number of normal movements. Your baby will have their own pattern of movements that you should get to know.
From 16-24 weeks on you should feel the baby move more and more up until 32 weeks then stay roughly the same until you give birth.
- It is NOT TRUE that babies move less towards the end of pregnancy.
- You should CONTINUE to feel your baby move right up to the time you go into labour and whilst you are in labour too.
Get to know your baby’s normal pattern of movements.
You must NOT WAIT until the next day to seek advice if you are worried about your baby’s movements
If you think your baby’s movements have slowed down or stopped, contact your midwife or maternity unit immediately (it is staffed 24 hrs, 7 days a week).
- DO NOT put off calling until the next day to see what happens.
- Do not worry about phoning, it is important for your doctors and midwives to know if your baby’s movements have slowed down or stopped.
What does a movement feel like?
A baby’s movements or 'kicks' can be described as anything from a kick, flutter, swish or roll. The type of movement may change as your pregnancy progresses. There is no set number of movements you should be feeling, what is important is that you know what is normal for your baby.
Why are my baby’s movements important?
A reduction in a baby’s movements can sometimes be an important warning sign that a baby is unwell. Two out of three women who had a stillbirth noticed their baby’s movements had slowed down or stopped.
Do not use any hand-held monitors, Dopplers or phone apps to check your baby’s heartbeat. Even if you detect a heartbeat, this does not mean your baby is well.
Can I make my baby move?
No, you should not try to make your baby move. If you suspect that movements have slowed, go and get checked out.
Can I use a home doppler to check on my baby?
No you should not use a home doppler as it could give you false reassurance that your baby is OK when they are not.
It is important to be monitored by a CTG or a midwife who can interpret the baby’s heartbeat. The home doppler listens to the baby's heartbeat but the presence of a heartbeat does not indicate the baby is well.
Any interventions that could save a baby needs to be done when the baby has a heartbeat, leaving it until there is no heartbeat is too late.
What happens if my baby's movements have slowed down?
Less than 24 weeks pregnant
If by 24 weeks you have never felt your baby move, you should contact your midwife, who will check your baby’s heartbeat. You may have an ultrasound scan and you may be referred to a specialist fetal medicine centre to check your baby's health.
Between 24 and 28 weeks pregnant
You should contact your midwife or local maternity unit immediately. Do not wait until the next day or next appointment.
You will have a full antenatal check-up. If anything is unusual you may have an ultrasound scan to check on your baby.
Over 28 weeks
You should contact your midwife or local maternity unit immediately. Do not wait until the next day or next appointment.
You will have a full antenatal check-up, your baby's heart rate will be monitored to reassure you about your baby's wellbeing.
An ultrasound scan may be arranged if:
- your womb is smaller than expected
- you have a high risk pregnancy
- the heart rate is normal but you still feel that your baby's movements are slower or less.
If the movements have slowed down does it mean my baby is sick?
Fewer movements could mean that your baby is unwell, but usually these checks reveal that all is well. Most women who have experienced one episode of fewer movements have a straightforward pregnancy and healthy baby. However it is very important that you are checked to make sure everything is OK.
What if my baby’s movements are reduced again?
If, after your check up, you are still not happy with your baby’s movement, you must contact either your midwife or maternity unit straight away, even if everything was normal last time.
NEVER HESITATE to contact your midwife or the maternity unit for advice, no matter how many times this happens.
Download the leaflet
This leaflet is available in the following languages:
Order your Kicks Count wrist band
Charity Kicks Count has designed a wrist band that can help you get you know your baby’s pattern of movement and how much movement is normal for your baby individually. Remember, there is no quota of movement that all mums should feel. Any change to what is normal for your baby should be reported to the midwives at your Maternity Assessment Unit as soon as possible, they’re there to help you and your baby, don’t worry about calling them!
Are you worried about your baby’s reduced movements? This leaflet outlines the care that you should expect to receive, depending on which stage of the pregnancy you are at.
Our #movementsmatter campaign, launched on 24 October, challenges dangerous myths about baby movement during pregnancy, and urges mums-to-be to follow current recommendations about what to do when they experience a change in their baby's movements. The campaign is supported by NHS England and Kicks Count.
It's concerning to see mobile apps that claim to monitor your baby’s heartbeat being promoted in the press
An Evening Standard piece promoting mobile apps for mums-to-be shows why greater awareness about reduced fetal movements is needed.
‘Every time I was worried, I went straight to the hospital for check-ups. I never left it to chance.’
Jo was induced three weeks early with baby Thomas after she reported reduced fetal movements for the fifth time. She says that it was thanks to reading our leaflet on baby movements that she knew what to do and always went to get checked.
Amy's son George was stillborn at 31 weeks after she experienced reduced fetal movements. Her rainbow baby, Sophia Grace, is now nine-months-old.
Camilla delivered son Nicolas in February at 37.4 weeks after reporting reduced fetal movement.
- Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Reduced fetal movements, Green-top guideline 57, London RCOG, 2011
- Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Your baby's movements in pregnancy: information for you, London RCOG, 2012
ℹLast reviewed on April 1st, 2014. Next review date April 1st, 2017.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 18 Oct 2017 - 15:36
Hi I'm 24 weeks +5 days. My baby has been really active all weekend up until tuesday. Ive felt the odd big movements and a few little ones. I don't know if I'm nervous this time because I'm running around after my toddler alot and he hit my belly yesterday with his hand. My partner told me to worrying because she's just sleeping. I have a scan tomorrow afternoon booked anyway for another check up should I wait until then to see if the baby is okay.
By Midwife @Tommys on 18 Oct 2017 - 16:01
We would always recommend that any change in frequency or pattern of movements, at any gestation of pregnancy, is reviewed urgently.
It sounds like you are worried about both a change in movements, and about the type of movement that you are feeling. To be on the safe side, it is always best to get it checked out at your local labour ward/triage or day assessment unit. Despite having a scan booked for tomorrow, it is probably best to take yourself in before then as this has gone on for a little while now. Don't forget your pregnancy book too! It is always best get checked over if in doubt! Take good care of yourself!
By Anonymous (not verified) on 16 Oct 2017 - 16:43
I will be 23 weeks tomorrow. I started feeling my baby moving (like muscle twitching) since 19 weeks. The movements was increasing steadily until 6 days ago when for 2 days the baby's movement were really really strong and constant- so much so I felt the movement when I was moving about, which hadnt really happened before. However after 2 days of this increased movement, the movements have reduced for the past four days.
This is really stressing me out. Should I be worried. I called the my non-urgent local midwife team 4 days ago and they said that I should not be worried. But I could not stop worrying so I called and left a phone message to the local midwife team yesterday morning. However, I have not heard anything back. I am really really stressed because all the information talks about having to worry about reduced movement after 28 weeks onwards- but what about at 23 weeks? Should I be concerned? Please advise.
By Midwife @Tommys on 17 Oct 2017 - 08:51
Thank you for getting in touch I am so sorry that you are feeling really stressed and unsure about reduced movements. I understand that you are 23 weeks today. We expect all Mums to feel their baby moving by 24 weeks and you had a strong and definite pattern developing which has now altered.
I am not sure where you are in the country but you should have the contact details on the front of your maternity notes for the MAU (Maternal Assessment Unit) or DAU (Day Assessment Unit). This is like an A&E for pregnant women and I want you to call them this morning and go in. You are not wasting anyone's time and you are worried so it is important for your own peace of mind that you get checked out. They will do an antenatal check and listen to your baby's heartbeat.
Sometimes we don’t know why women don’t feel their baby move. In your case it may be due to you being 23 weeks. The baby still has lots of room to move around and his/her limb movements are not as obvious yet as an older baby. We do know that you are less likely to feel movements if you are busy or active. An anterior placenta (at the front of a Mum's uterus) can affect how a mother perceives the movements, as it acts like a cushion, but should never mean that reduced movements shouldn't be investigated. A high BMI (body mass index) can also affect the perception of movements in some women.
I have included some links that might be useful. They also break down the weeks so that you know what to expect and what you should do if you are concerned. Perhaps have a print out of them in the front of your notes or accessible on your phone.
At 23 weeks it is a little less clear as to what to do as you said in your post. Your baby has had a very obvious and active pattern and it has now changed and you are worried it makes perfect sense to be seen today.
Our latest campaign is #AlwaysAsk. It doesn’t matter how many times you go in if it helps to reassure you that all is well.
Please get in touch with us on the PregnancyLine 0800 0147 800 if you have any worries however small as that's what we are here for.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 17 Oct 2017 - 16:42
Thank you very very much for replying to my post. After reading your message I called local midwife team again (I am living in England). After speaking to onduty midwife, she asked me to come and have the baby's heart beat checked.
During the appointment, we heard the baby's heartbeat:) and I started crying with relief.
I am very grateful to the midwife who called and checked me, and to you Anna too. Thanks!!
By Midwife @Tommys on 18 Oct 2017 - 16:03
We are really pleased to hear that! Great news! Take care of yourself!
By Anonymous (not verified) on 14 Oct 2017 - 14:37
I am 26 weeks today and have a cervical sitch. I have not been feeling baby as much for the past two days. Should I go in?
By Midwife @Tommys on 16 Oct 2017 - 11:32
Hi there. Yes, please do go into hospital to be reviewed. If you have noticed a reduction in the movements or a change to the type of movements, then it is best to get a quick review to put your mind at ease. Please take good care of yourself and bump!
By Anonymous (not verified) on 29 Sep 2017 - 11:02
I am 17 weeks and 6 days but I have never felt the baby kicks or move. Should I be concerned?
By Midwife @Tommys on 29 Sep 2017 - 13:03
Most mums feel baby movements between 16 and 24 weeks.
You do not need to be concerned. However if you have any further concerns such as bleeding or pain please contact your local maternity unit.
Feel free to contact us on our helpline on 0800 0147 800 for more information also.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 21 Jul 2017 - 19:41
Hi I am 21+3 pregnant. I'm worrying because I've not felt baby girl moving today, had been feeling her loads.
I have Ehlers Danlos syndrome and P.O.T.S
Should I be concerned?
By Midwife @Tommys on 24 Jul 2017 - 14:40
Hi. Please excuse the long wait to respond to this post. We are only here during the week from Monday to Friday 9-5pm . I expect that you have felt some movements by now but in case you haven't, please be reassured that many women don't feel their baby's move until 24 weeks. Sometimes this is linked to the position of the placenta which can make feeling movements more difficult. I don't have much experience of the two conditions that you mention but it seems unlikely that either would affect the movements of your baby. Are you expecting to have a scan soon or have you had your anomaly scan? If so, was all well? Best wishes Tommy's midwife.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 1 May 2017 - 15:00
Hi I am 26 weeks today and from 2 days am feeling less movements. I contacted my doctor as well and she said relax if you have movements but slow then no problem. But am concerned. What should I do? Plus baby is down in pelvis and kicking after 15-20 minutes and very slow. He was very active day before yesterday. It happened that he is slow some days and very active some days but as am 26 weeks now and I've read that you should concerned about movements at this stage so am worried. How many times should I feel my baby move in 26 weeks. Plzzzzz help me.
By Midwife @Tommys on 2 May 2017 - 09:40
Hi, thank you for posting. I am so sorry that you are so worried about your baby's movements, this alone is a reason to be seen. Between 24-28 weeks this is the advice we give every pregnant woman.
You should contact your midwife and they
should see you the same day if possible.
If they can’t see you, they may refer you to the hospital
maternity unit. Your baby’s heartbeat will be checked
and you will have a full check-up that should include:
1. checking the size of your baby by measuring
2. checking your blood pressure
3. testing your urine for protein.
If your baby is smaller than expected, an ultrasound
scan may be arranged to check on your baby’s growth.
Please contact your unit today and get seen. If you need further support we are always here to talk things through weekdays 9-5 pm on 0800 0147 800.
You might also like to print out the pdf 'A guide to baby's movements' to keep in your notes and take to your hospital today.
Please keep in touch and #AlwaysAsk
By Anonymous (not verified) on 30 Apr 2017 - 20:47
I'm 35 weeks pregnant and have noticed that my baby has not been moving much today unless I lay down and really try to get him to move. The movements don't seem as strong as normal and definitely not as frequent. Should I get this checked out or should it be fine?
By Midwife @Tommys on 2 May 2017 - 09:25
Please get checked out at your local maternity until this morning. You say that his movements don't seem as strong as normal and definitely not as frequent. This is a clear change in your baby's pattern. Call the hospital now and please let us know how you get on.
Anna -Tommy's Midwife
By Anonymous (not verified) on 16 Apr 2017 - 06:50
I'm so frustrated and I need to express it somewhere. I am in the US, 27 weeks pregnant with baby #6 and have felt virtually no moment the entire pregnancy. A bump or thump every other day at most. OB doesn't check fundal height, and no u/s since 20 weeks. But I have done this enough to know, I'm not growing. Baby doesn't move. She says anterior placenta, but I've had those before too and still felt more movement than this. Baby #2 was stillborn at 36 weeks, severely growth restricted, issues with the placenta. I feel like it's happening again but no one is listening to me. I drive an hour already to the nearest hospital that will see pregnant women. Midwives are illegal here. The hospital is chose is supposed to be the best, a teaching a research hospital. Why won't they listen to me when I know something is not right? Ugh. I wish I lived in civilization where I had access to comprehensive maternity care from midwives who would listen. I'm going to go back in and fight for answers, but I'm dreading it. I shouldn't have to fight so hard, I should be heard. :( Thank you for this site for helping me psych myself up for the battle.
By Midwife @Tommys on 18 Apr 2017 - 09:38
I'm so sorry to hear about the difficulties you are facing in getting care and your concerns being heard. Any concerns over reduced fetal movements should always be checked by a doctor or midwife.
Keep raising and reporting your concerns - I hope you are able to find someone who is able to support you in a safe and healthy pregnancy outcome.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 8 May 2017 - 04:01
I hope u were able to check it out. I recently lost my son at 29 weeks. I did all the right things. I felt reduced movements and mentioned it to the high risk OB. We checked the heatbeat and everything was fine. Two days later I went in to the hospital cause I wasn't feeling well and reduced movements once again. I was on the monitor for 2 hrs and I told the nurse that I'm not feeling any movement but on the monitor they were able to hear it my son moving around. The heartbeat was strong. Although I wasn't able to feel they mentioned about the placenta being located at the front. I was uneasy but I trusted them seeing that they are professionals. Was I wrong. At the end, I was at work and I fell on my butt and I rushed to the hospital concerned. I didn't feel my son move since morning. I went in, the nurse was trying to find the heartbeat and nothing. A second nurse came in she wasn't able to locate the heartbeat. They finally brought the doctor with a portable ultrasound machine. No heartbeat, jus my son still. No movement. They induced me and I gave birth to him on April 26/17 , 4 days later after i was there. By the way he looked he had already passed away a few days before the doctor said. What happened between that time? Why was i still feeling slight movement? Should I have been more aggressive with them. I trusted what they said. Its tough. I encourage anyone who experience reduced movement to go straight to the hospital don't second guess it. Be aggressive with the nurses and doctors. Don't leave until an ultrasound is done. Laura I really hope you were seen and demanded answers. There's nothing like ur own instincts.
By Midwife @Tommys on 9 May 2017 - 15:24
I am so sorry to hear that you have recently lost your little boy at 29 weeks. It is totally heart breaking news. You did everything you could do by going to be seen twice as you were concerned about your baby boy's movement, tragically for you, despite your best efforts he was born still.
I think the slight movement that you were still feeling after his death was his little body moving gently in response to your movement in your womb.
Even your placenta being at the front of your uterus isn't a reason for a Mum to be treated any differently when she reports reduced movements, you were still very aware of the change in his pattern and you sought out help Priscilla.
I'm not sure if you are based in the UK or the States but I hope that you are finding support from Family, friends and have access to groups in the future.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 13 Apr 2017 - 04:21
My baby kicks was noticed last night as normal at 41 weeks. But at mid night, no movement was felt even after turning sides for about 30minutes. But later moved just a little. What could be going on plssss?
By Midwife @Tommys on 13 Apr 2017 - 11:45
If you are concerned by your baby's movements at 41 weeks please feel confident to call your maternity department and request to be seen. The midwives will be happy to see you and to ensure that all is well. Best wishes
By Anonymous (not verified) on 11 Apr 2017 - 07:30
Hi am 30weeks+3 and have noticed less to no movements for the past like one week,it is so still inside there,is it normal anyone with such experience please help
By Midwife @Tommys on 11 Apr 2017 - 10:09
It is extremely important that you call your maternity unit and be seen immediately this morning. Such a reduction in your baby's movements is not usual during pregnancy and it is extremely important that you are seen straight away. Please call your maternity unit immediately.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 6 Apr 2017 - 18:11
Hi for the past couple of days I have noticed that my baby hasn't been moving much as he normally does. Is this normal ?
By Midwife @Tommys on 7 Apr 2017 - 13:08
Hi, at this stage of pregnancy it is quite early for your baby to have developed a pattern of movement and the movements can vary from day to day. As long as your pregnancy is low risk and you have your anomaly scan recently which was all ok then just continue to monitor the movements, if you continue to have concerns then contact your midwife or if your pregnancy is high risk in anyway. If you would like to talk further then please do email [email protected]
By Anonymous (not verified) on 9 Apr 2017 - 19:34
Okay thank you for the reassurance, everything was all okay at my 20 weeks scan. Thanks again
By Midwife @Tommys on 10 Apr 2017 - 09:46
If you ever are in any doubt about baby's movements , then it is always sensible to take yourself into the labour ward, triage or day assessment unit. You are never wasting anyone's time, your and baby's health is the most important factor and no midwife will be upset with you if your baby's movements are normal.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 19 Mar 2017 - 14:17
By Anonymous (not verified) on 11 Mar 2017 - 10:29
I had intense ab pain at 21 weeks from an infection or food poisoning and was asked if I had felt the baby move by the nurses and midwives I spoke to on the phone. The next morning I hadn't felt the baby move by midday - which I usually would have - so went to be checked out.
The most upsetting thing during a very upsetting 24 hours was that I was treated like an idiot for doing so by the nurse at the hospital.
So thank you Tommy's so much for the information you have here. It's really nice to know that I did the right thing. All is well 3 weeks on :)
By Midwife @Tommys on 13 Mar 2017 - 09:40
Very pleased to hear all is going well for you and that you found our information helpful. Best wishes and keep in touch x
By Anonymous (not verified) on 26 Jan 2017 - 08:46
I wish I knew these things before. I lost my first baby recently (2nd January) and I still wish I had reported the reduced movement which was 2 days before I went into labor... All I have are questions.. what if? what if? what if??!!????????
By Midwife @Tommys on 26 Jan 2017 - 14:24
We are so sad to hear that you lost your lovely baby. If you would like to discuss or talk to someone, please feel able to contact us on 0800 0147 800 Best wishes x
By Anonymous (not verified) on 27 Jan 2017 - 14:44
Same thing happened in my life on oct ' 2016
I am still in the same day' cant able to come out of it
Cant forgive myself
By Anonymous (not verified) on 26 Jan 2017 - 00:50
HI I'm 33+4 and today i am feeling less movement from baby. In 2 hours I've felt maybe 5 kicks and a few rolls. This whole pregnancy has been a roller coaster so I don't want to go in to the hospital again because I have been in the hospital every week since Christmas for at least 2 days at a time due to having a 13mm kidney stone stuck in my kidney. Ive had 4 surgeries since ans i have to get one every week until little man is born. I have been prescribed Norcos for pain I did not take any today or yesterday so I'm wondering if that's why he seem's slowed down. I've had so much going on I'm not sure if I'm just over thinking something being wrong
By Midwife @Tommys on 26 Jan 2017 - 14:31
Thank you for your post. I would strongly recommend that if you have decreased fetal movements at 33 weeks that you go to the hospital to be checked out. It is often those who have complicated scenarios that are at increased risk and there is no harm in being checked again. You are not making a fuss or wasting anyone's time. Take care of yourself x
By Anonymous (not verified) on 31 Dec 2016 - 04:16
Towards the end, about a few weeks left of my pregnancy, I noticed my baby moved less. I was worried, but everytime when I went to go get check up, my baby was doing fine. The heartbeat sounds good, and the scans showed that he was doing good. However, on the day of my delivery day, it was obvious that he moved a whole lot less. Concerned, I went straight to the hospital, and they told me that I was going to give birth on that day. A few hours later, my water broke, and about five hours later, I gave birth to a healthy 8 lbs baby boy. To me, I think my baby moved less than he did earlier in my pregnancy was because maybe it was getting crowded in there.
By Midwife @Tommys on 5 Jan 2017 - 16:26
Congratulations on the birth of your baby boy and thank you for your comments x
By Midwife @Tommys on 30 Nov 2016 - 09:29
Hello. thank you for your post this morning. Please contact your maternity unit immediately and go in so that a further assessment of you and your baby can be done. It will be like an antenatal visit only the midwives will do a trace of the baby's heart rate and you will be reviewed by the obstetricians. Reduced movements or a change in your baby's movements at 35 weeks should always be checked out so please call now, go in to hospital and be reviewed by your team and let us know how you get on.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 30 Nov 2016 - 01:28
Hi. Im 35 weeks and ive noticed reduce movememts each day... i have been busy lately but today i noticed i hadnt felt her.move since like 4ish and its 8 now.. i drink something cold and layed down and she moved a little for like 10 mins. Should i be worried?
By Anonymous (not verified) on 24 Nov 2016 - 10:41
Hi im 38 weeks and noticed this morning my baby isnt moving as much as she did yesterday?? Should i be concerned?? Ive been very tired lately and not had much sleep and dont have much of an appitite and akways seen thirsty...should i consult my midwife??
By Midwife @Tommys on 24 Nov 2016 - 11:10
Our advice to you is that you should be seen as soon as possible. We recommend that you call your maternity unit and arrange to be seen today. You are welcome to call our midwives on 0800 0147 800 if you want more advice or need to discuss further.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 13 Nov 2016 - 09:21
Hi, I'm 38+1 with my second child. My baby's movements seems quite faint, no powerful painful kicks, more just twitches and little squirms. Is this normal at this stage? I cannot remember from my first pregnancy. My baby is moving regularly however I am unsure whether I should be concerned by the reduced strength in movement? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you.
By Midwife @Tommys on 14 Nov 2016 - 10:36
Hi Xljhcv. Your baby's movements do not slow down towards the end of your pregnancy. They should continue to be the same strength and pattern as you observed throughout your pregnancy. Any change or reduction in fetal movement needs to be reviewed. Please, with your pregnancy notes, take yourself in to be reviewed on your local labour ward triage or day assessment unit by a midwife and obstetric doctor. Take care of yourself.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 12 Nov 2016 - 20:34
Hi I'm 18+3 and I've not felt baby for a couple of days. I'm getting nervous but as I'm under 24 weeks nobody wants to help. Could you please recommend anything I can do to try and get baby kicking? I'm scared she's died.
By Midwife @Tommys on 14 Nov 2016 - 10:31
If you are concerned about your baby's movements, at any gestation, then it is important that you take yourself into your nearest hospital -to the labour ward triage or day assessment unit to be reviewed by a midwife. at 18/40, they can listen into baby with a doppler (sonicaid) but it is too early for you to have a CTG asssessment.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 9 Nov 2016 - 22:11
Hi am 23 weeks pregnant and the last 3 days I have noticed my baby movements on a evening has been less noticeable, I have been busy mans not sitting down at the time it would normally move, could this be why?
By Midwife @Tommys on 10 Nov 2016 - 10:18
Hi. Thank you for your question. Yes, it may be that you are not aware of all the movements if you are busy. Once you get to 24 weeks these movements will become more obvious and any change in pattern should be discussed with your midwife. However if there are any known risk factors you may be seen before 24 weeks. Please call our midwives on 0800 0147 800 to discuss and we will be able to advise you better.
By Anonymous (not verified) on 7 Nov 2016 - 14:41
Hi I'm 38 weeks pregnant .. been so busy over the weekend to even notice when she had stopped moving as much ... I have reduced movements... feeling very sick and tired too? Any ideas what's wrong with me
By Midwife @Tommys on 7 Nov 2016 - 15:08
I would recommend that you go into your local hospital as soon as possible today with your pregnancy notes, to be reviewed by a midwife and obstetric doctor. If your baby's movements have become less over the weekend, or suddenly changed their pattern, then it is certainly best to get yourself and baby checked over. Also, if you are not feeling well yourself, it might be a good idea to get your bloods taken to test your iron levels as being anaemic (low in iron)can make you feel quite unwell. Take care of yourself!