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Always get checked by a doctor or midwife immediately if you notice any change in your baby's movements.

A reduction or change in your baby's movements could be a warning sign that:

  • your baby is unwell
  • your baby does not have enough fluid around them
  • there is a risk of you having a stillbirth

If you are worried about your baby's movements contact your doctor or midwife immediately. Do not wait until the next day.

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Your baby's movements during pregnancy

page last reviewed: 26/03/2018
next review due: 26/03/2021