Interesting Facts About Baby Kicks During Pregnancy

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The baby’s kicks make you feel special and enable your partner to connect with the baby. Not just that, they indicate that the fetus is having healthy growth.

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Interesting Facts About Baby Kicks During Pregnancy

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The babys kicks make you feel special and enable your partner to connect with the baby.

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Baby kicks also indicate that the fetus is having healthy growth.

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Here are some interesting facts about the baby kicks Here are some interesting facts about the baby kicks

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Kicks generally signify normal development and health of a baby:

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If your baby turns tumbles rolls and kicks inside the womb he or she is active.

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The baby is likely to respond to external stimuli:

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Any external stimuli such as the food you eat or different noises can make the baby move or kick.

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The baby’s kicks increase when you are lying on the side:

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You can feel more kicks if you sleep on your side because the supply of blood to the baby increases and improves your babys movements.

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Kicks are felt after nine weeks:

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Generally the movements start around the seventh week of pregnancy but many expecting mothers cannot feel them.

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Reduced kicks might indicate the baby’s distress:

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Once you complete 28 weeks your doctor advises you to keep a count of the baby’s kicks.

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Nothing to worry about reduced kicks in late pregnancy:

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As they grow in size their movements and rolling become difficult in the later stages of pregnancy.

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Fetal movement indicates future behavior:

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The motor behavior of the baby inside the womb is likely to influence the temperament attributes in early childhood.

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Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions on baby kicks

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When can I feel my baby’s movement during pregnancy

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You can feel the first movement of your baby around 18 weeks of the pregnancy. These movements are called ‘quickening’.

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What if the baby’s movements are reduced

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Do not ignore any noticeable change in your baby’s movements. Speak to your doctor to find a solution based on the stage of your pregnancy.

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Do I need to keep a count on the kicks every day

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If your pregnancy is proceeding normally then there is no need to keep a count of your baby’s movements.

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Those kicks remind you of the life inside. They tell you that your happiness is growing in your womb and will soon come out and become a part of your world.

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