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Fetal movements

这是什么?

Fetal movements is a term that refers to the baby’s movements in the womb during pregnancy. Your baby’s movements are one of the signs they are well.

Most pregnant women start to feel fetal movements from between 16 to 24 weeks. A baby’s movements can be described as a flutter, kick, swish or roll. Regular movements are a good sign your baby is healthy and well.

If your baby is unwell, their movements may slow or stop. A decrease in fetal movements can occur with other symptoms, like bleeding and pain. This may also occur if you have high blood pressure or if the baby is small for its gestation.

Your baby’s movements should not slow down or become weaker towards the end of your pregnancy. If you are worried about a change in your baby’s movements, or if you haven’t felt your baby move as much as usual, contact your GP or antenatal clinic as soon as you can. Your GP will check your baby’s health.

Being aware of your baby’s movements during pregnancy will help keep your baby safe and healthy.

 

我的医疗团队会做些什么?

Your healthcare team will assess your baby’s wellbeing and provide appropriate care. They will talk to you about fetal movements and what to look out for in future.

我可以问医生什么问题?

  • What is a normal amount of movement?
  • How will I know if there's a problem?
  • 如果我有问题,可以给谁打电话?

我能做些什么?

There is no set number of normal movements, so you should get to know the pattern of your baby’s movements.

You can do this by counting the number of movements your baby makes in an hour. This will be your baseline as the usual amount of movement your baby does.

You should continue to feel your baby move until and during labour. If you notice a decrease in the astrength or frequency of your baby’s movements at any time, you should contact your local birthing unit immediately.

Eating or drinking can help encourage your baby to move. Be sure to eat a healthy diet, get enough sleep and reduce stress.

 

都有哪些支持?

  • Local support

    If you notice there is less than normal fetal movements, contact your local birthing unit or your GP for an urgent assessment.

在哪里可以了解更多信息?

  • 怀孕、分娩和胎儿

    Baby movements during pregnancy

  • Safer Baby

    Your baby’s movements matter

重要须知: 本信息供获得医生诊断的人浏览。本信息不旨在用于诊断疾病或替代持续的医疗护理。

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