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thread: Advice/Opinions on lack of movement

  1. #37
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    Jul 2006
    Logan
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    Thank goodness you are ok. I have been wondering all arvo.


  2. #38
    BellyBelly Member

    Feb 2007
    On the beautiful Gold Coast!
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    I'm so relieved for you!!!! Thank you for letting us all know

  3. #39
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    Aug 2007
    Melbourne
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    Angela,
    Just saw this post and wanted to let you know that i am relieved for you.
    If in doubt over ANYTHING go and get it checked out, yes it may be a false alarm, but the relief tat you feel afterwards is so much better than spending days wondering if there is something is wrong.
    I found that in my last weeks i would have long periods of no movements and then in the evenings she would go nuts inside me.

    Take care and do ever feel silly for asking for some medical advise if you ae worried.
    take care

  4. #40
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    Jan 2009
    5,235

    Oh so glad to hear!

  5. #41
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    Jul 2007
    Sydney
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    I'm so glad you went and everything is ok. From my experience they want to check out these things so try not to feel embarrassed about ringing and talking to the midwives at the hospital, especially as you get closer to the birth. They don't mind taking your call and letting you know what to do or not do.

  6. #42
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    Sep 2007
    Brisbane
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    Wahoo, that is fantastic news . I hope you are relaxing at home now. And yay for seeing bubs again .

  7. #43

    Oct 2005
    A Nestle Free Zone... What about YOU?
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    So relieved!

  8. #44
    Registered User

    Jul 2007
    SW Sydney
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    I was really quite worried when I started reading this!
    I'm a first timer as well, I'm going public so I figure if I was worried about anything I'd go straight in, I've paid good tax money for this! I hope everyone else would feel the same. I'm sure nurses have seen sillier reasons. One midwife at our birth classes said to come in even if you have a bad 'vibe' because she has seen women save their babies by doing so.

    So glad you got good news!

  9. #45
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2006
    Queensland
    2,039

    So glad to read your post!!

  10. #46
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    Nov 2008
    Melbourne
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    I'm so glad to hear your good news!!!! Now you can enjoy the weekend and relax

  11. #47
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    Jan 2005
    cowtown
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    Thats great news Amanda
    I went in for scans all the time for lack of movement, I had lots of fluid, and anterior placenta, and a rather big baby too. Not probs getting him out though, very minor first degree tear but I was on my back. Wishing you well for the rest of you pg & your birth

  12. #48
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2008
    3,132

    So glad to hear that everything is okay Good on you for going in and getting everything checked out! I hope you are having a great weekend knowing that your baby is doing really well .

  13. #49
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

    Feb 2006
    South Eastern Suburbs, Vic
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    I couldn't be more relieved if I tried. Fantastic.

  14. #50
    Registered User

    Jul 2008
    Brisbane
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    Been thinking about you and sooo happy that everything is fine.

  15. #51
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    thank god everythings ok ange,
    take care of yourself & bub.
    love rach xxxx

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