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Is it normal for the baby's movements to decrease during pregnancy? What could be causing this reduction in movement?
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is common for pregnant women to feel their baby's movements reduce or change as they progress through their pregnancy. However, if you have experienced two previous miscarriages, it is understandable that you may be concerned about reduced baby movement. While a decrease in movement can sometimes be normal, it is always important to consult with your healthcare provider to rule out any potential issues. They will be able to assess your specific situation and provide appropriate guidance and support. There are several factors that can contribute to reduced fetal movement, such as the position of the baby, changes in activity levels, or placental problems. Your healthcare provider may recommend monitoring your baby's movements using kick counts or performing additional tests like an ultrasound to ensure everything is progressing well. Remember, every pregnancy is different, and it's essential to trust your instincts and seek medical advice when needed.

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Jb b apko movement km feel ho ap doctor py jyn zaroor. Chahe roz e km q na ho. Its better to keep an eye on baby. Or miscarriages k bad to apko koi b risk lena nai chaiye. Whenever you have a doubt just call your doctor and book an appointment. 
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Hi im 24 weeks pregnant mere sath b yehe issue hai kisi din tu bhht movement feel oti h or kisi din bhht kam. Or movement belly button k nechy e feel oti h.
Its normal..dont worry
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