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I am currently 38 weeks pregnant and have noticed that my baby's kicks have decreased, and sometimes there are no kicks at all. Should I be worried about this change in movement? Is it normal for baby's movements to decrease or stop completely at this stage of pregnancy?

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Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is common for a baby's movements to change as you approach the end of your pregnancy. As your baby grows, they may have less room to move around, which can result in fewer noticeable kicks. However, it is important to monitor your baby's movements and contact your healthcare provider if you notice a significant decrease or no movement at all. They may recommend monitoring the baby's heart rate or performing additional tests to ensure everything is okay. Trust your instincts and don't hesitate to seek medical advice if you are concerned about your baby's movements.

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