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I'm 7 months pregnant and as far as my doctor tells me, constant or almost constant movement is normal. We're up and moving around all day, why shouldn't the baby? You should see it start to decrease as your pregnancy progresses because the baby will be running out of room to move around, but even now (at 30 weeks) my baby is constantly kicking. Each fetus is different; some may move more than others and more activity in the womb may lead to a more active child once he/she is born.
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From my experience, the baby may not move all the time, when I thought something was wrong I would lie on my bed and turn side to side then lay on my back and just lay there f…or a while, eventually she would move. If its been more than 4 days I would talk to your doctor just to be safe. I'm not trying to frighten anyone but I lost a baby at six months. With my second child, I was told to call if I don't feel movement within twenty four hours. You should do a kick check. Drink something with sugar in it and within an hour if you don't feel movement, wait a bit and call the doctor. I would lay still and the baby would be active. When you are super active, you don't always feel kicking. You activity makes the baby sleep. For most women, myself included, my babies were active at night when I tried to sleep. But if you feel nothing in 24 hours call your doctor or go to the emergency.
You got kicked out for six monthes when you had sex will you get kicked out again if your girlfriend got pregnant im 12 is it even legal?
In most parts of the world, parents cannot kick their kid out (legally, at least) But you probably live in the US, so things are different. First, make sure she is indeed …pregnant, better safe than sorry. Second, yes your parents will overreact again if they have before. You should find a trust person (an adult) who will be better suited to help you out. Third, legal or not, done is done. Most likely, if you don't live in one of the "deep down" states, you probably don't risk anything legally. You're only twelve. But if you do (live in Alabama, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Utah, Alaska or any such remote place with little or no access to the sea, and little or no democrats in power), then you might get troubles. Again, you might need to find help from someone worthy of trust. There is most likely an association or organisation at state or national level that can help you, or even an official child support service at state level. Google that. Fourth, as it seems it's too late for not starting to have sex at a very young age, at least, use protection. Condoms will prevent girls from getting pregnant, and you and her from getting all kinds of ugly diseases. You can probably buy that in shops, and if you can't, again, look out for association (of fight against HIV this time) they will be able to help you out. OTHER ANSWER: You really shouldn't be having sex at 12 years old I mean seriously I'm 13 and still a virgn. and why would you want to have it at such a young age? But they cant kick you out. NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! don't turn into a adult at the age of 12! what are you going to do if you end up with a kid? they souldn't kick you out though what kinda of fing idiot has sex at 12
About 5 months along.
yes, at 5 months you usually feel your baby move, quite a lot.
Yup perfectly normal - Bub usually likes movement so when you are pottering about you are rocking them to sleep and they tend to move less. When you stop the ride is over and …bubba is likely to protest and make their own party.... If you are at all worried about ANYTHING to do with you pregnancy talk to a midwife, nurse, doctor or obs. They are always the best source of information.
of course but it feels just like a flutter to you and will get stronger over time. What you might think is the baby at this stage might not be but you will feel it soon enoug…h.
of course it is. The baby is just starting to become aware of its surroundings then, so don't worry at all. Good luck with the newborn! ; ]
6 months would be 24 weeks, and the odds of such premature child surviving are very poor.
It is nothing to worry about until you have movement on a regular basis and should keep track. If you notice a lack of movement, you should contact your doctor soon (don't pan…ic this doesn't mean you are having a miscarriage, just room for concern and you doctor may want to induce you early to protect the health of you and your baby).
I'm 24 wks along with my second and can honestly say that I was wondering the same thing. It's a weird like almost air bubble flutter feeling. I've been feeling that for some …time now almost every day. I also wondered if it was normal to have been feeling the baby since about 12/13 wks. This baby has hiccups too like no ones business! My first never did. I wondered if it would cause colic in a newborn...posts like this have said otherwise though and that hiccups in the womb are normal. Although he's had them for several wks and the ladies posting were a little farther along than I am.
Sometime between 16 and 22 weeks, you'll start to feel your baby move. *boys do not kick any more or less than girls do
I think its perfectly normal, im 19 weeks pregnant and was panicking because i hadnt felt the baby move yet, but about two nights ago it did move. I also heard that it can tak…e up to 26 weeks until you feel your baby move, so dont panic yet.
At this trimester, sex is not usually advised because it can cause premature contraction.
You will begin to feel fetal movements around week 17 - 20.
Sometime between 16 and 22 weeks, you'll start to feel your baby move.