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I'm in the ninth month of pregnancy and my baby is moving less. Should I be worried?
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is common for babies to move less towards the end of pregnancy due to limited space. However, any significant decrease in fetal movement should not be ignored. If you notice a drastic reduction or no movement at all, it's important to contact your healthcare provider immediately. They will assess the situation and may recommend further monitoring or tests to ensure the well-being of your baby. Remember, trust your instincts and seek medical advice whenever you have concerns about your baby's movements during pregnancy.

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Yes, you should! I got warded at 7 months because of less fetal movement. Doctor injected me to mature the lungs of the baby so that I can deliver my baby in case the baby is still not moving accordingly within 24 hours.
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