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    Can anyone tell me whether you can experience too much fetal activity ?? Yesterday i just thought Bub was kicking his heels up and having a merry old time in there but at around 8 pm last night he got a bit serious i did not have a minute of peace and i also had very bad back pain and needed to use the loo every 5 to 15 minutes minutes ( :shock: ) Dh heated up a wheat bag for me and that seemed to help with the back pain to a degree but bub has not stopped kicking yet still going 12 hours later not as strong but still going i'm so tired ... :sleeping: or should i just be thankful that i'm not stressing about him not kicking (just to ease my anxiety )


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    I don't know if you can have too much activity. Sounds very uncomfortable for you

    Have you tried going for a walk? I have heard that the rocking motion of our bodies can send bubs to sleep.

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    Hi Shazz

    No you cant have too much activity.

    Yes rocking motion can help baby to go to sleep.

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    Sounds like you have one active bub there!!! I hope you get some rest soon!

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    Thanks for your replys
    i've tried rocking and walking helps for a whole 30 seconds or so i 'm just glad his letting me know his there

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    Shazz, thats good bubs is letting you know that hes there.

    I hope you were able to get some rest.

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    Active in the womb..... active outside!! It certainly was the case with Jenna, and she doesn't stop!!
    You might have your hands full in a couple of months

    Fi

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