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What can be done to increase fetal movement and address concerns about reduced activity at night? Can a lack of sleep in mothers affect baby movements?

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If you notice reduced fetal movement, especially at night, there are several steps you can take. First, try changing your position or eating something sweet to stimulate the baby. If this doesn't work, contact your healthcare provider for further guidance. Lack of sleep in mothers may not directly impact baby movements, but it's important to prioritize rest and manage stress for overall well-being during pregnancy.

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