Is it normal to not feel the baby move after the fifth month?
The moving of your baby is usually very reassuring. It isn't unusual for a baby to have quiet times when there is not a lot of activity. It may help to lay on your side to notice if the baby is moving or if it is still. If you feel the baby is not as active as what seems normal, discuss it with your doctor. You can always visit your doctor to hear the baby's heartbeat, but in most instances, there is nothing to worry about. Good Luck, Stacey I am in my 5th month of pregnancy also,And it helps to lay on my back,or to lay on my side and just leave my hand on my stomach to catch its quick moves. While it may be normal in some cases I would just like to add that I was pregnant at four months my doc told me the baby was under weight and would be ok. At five months I hardley ever felt him move. At six month I had lost all my fluid and had him he only weighed one pound and almost did not make it he is healthy now. Just be very careful and make sure if you think something is not right go strait to your doctor.
As they told me, start keeping count of how often you feel the baby move. Just make a mark, or even put the time if you want, every time the baby moves. If you are still concerned after a day or so, call your doctor and tell them what you find. It will help them determine if there may be a problem if you were to have a number of movements.
You will be able to touch your abdomen and begin to notice the increased size of your uterus usually around the same time that you begin to "show", near week 10 of most pregnancies. You may start to feel the movement of the baby around the fifth month (20 weeks). Women who are overweight usually don't feel it as soon as smaller women, but most will feel the movement, pokes, and kicks by week 21.
If you are 30 weeks pregnant and you know it is normal to feel tired but is it normal to feel so tired you feel achy and in the morning you feel fine again?
Yes it can be normal, i had it quite badly. It was the ligaments and your uterus stretching to accomodate the growing baby!If it really bothers you, check with your Dr. ---- I myself usually get cramping at night. Sometimes they feel like period cramps. When I wake up in the morning I feel like the baby has grown! It's normal as long as it's not severe and no bleeding.
When a pregnant woman feels the fetus (baby) move inside her womb ("tummy") sometimes they are actually kicking or poking her while trying to reposition themselves. You can even sometimes see them move and push against her from the inside. If the mother doesn't mind and gives you permission, you can touch her abdomen when they are active and feels the kick for yourself. Usually it is in the second trimester of pregnancy (around the…
I think so yes. A baby moves around quite a lot and you can feel them all over your tummy. But see your doctor to be sure. Until about 24 weeks the baby is only below your belly button so that is where you would feel the movement. as the baby grows you would feel movement higher up. Where you feel it also depends on the position of the baby.
It will feel completely normal. At 3 weeks past conception (which doctors call 5 weeks pregnant) your baby will be 1mm long. There will be no changes in your body that you can see or feel. In a couple of weeks, a trained doctor will be able to feel a change in your uterus, but you will probably not be able to feel it.
Yes. It is perfectly 'normal' to feel the movements of the baby at 20 weeks.. It is one of the most enjoyable experience. Enjoy it. Next time, once you become experienced, you may feel it as early as 16 weeks also. Congratulations ! When 'baby' suckle the milk, happiness on mother's face tell the 'big' story.