The number of fetal movements, the speed, strength, and so on, often indicate the safety of the fetus. Therefore, people call fetal movement a sign of fetal safety. Normal fetal movement indicates that the placenta function is good, the oxygen delivered to the fetus is sufficient, and the fetus develops well in the uterus. A small life lives happily in the womb. According to
obstetrics and gynecology experts, the normal fetal movement is not less than 3 to 5 times per hour; the apparent number of fetal movements in 12 hours is about 30 to 40 times. However, due to differences in individual fetuses, some fetuses can have more than 100 fetal movements in 12 hours. But as long as the fetal movements are regular, rhythmic, and little change, it means that fetal development is normal. So when you enter the third period, your doctor will advise you to write down the number of times the baby kicks you every day, or to note the difference in the posture of kicking you. To do this work, you have to choose the time when the baby is most active in one day, and ensure that the baby is so active every day at this time. You sit down quietly, or lie down, remember the number and location of the baby kicking you, and calculate how long it takes you to feel it kicking you ten times. If you don’t feel that he is kicking you ten times in two hours, then don’t count, call your midwife or doctor right away.
Number of fetal movements
Fetal movements are often described as imaging intestines, like butterflies flying, like protruding popcorn, like a fish swimming around. In fact, when you can sit quietly, you can feel the fetal movement more easily, and when you learn to feel the fetal movement regularly, you will be more able to distinguish the feeling of fetal movement and hungry. The feeling is very different.
When the baby starts moving in your womb, you can hardly feel that he is moving, feeling very far away, and when you want to seriously feel that he is moving, you will find that he is moving irregularly in your stomach. Sometimes the baby will move very hard. Sometimes you will find that he doesn’t seem to be moving. However, the baby is actually moving and kicking regularly. It’s just that her movements are not strong enough to make you feel that he is moving. Then in the second stage of your pregnancy, fetal movement will form a more normal pattern.
Changes in fetal movement
The fetus will move in your womb about the beginning of the seventh and eighth week, but you should be able to feel that he is kicking you during the sixteen to twenty-two weeks. Pregnant women are more aware of this subtle change (also called early fetal movement) than the new mothers, because they have had such experiences before, they know the difference between fetal movement and abdominal discomfort. A thin woman can feel fetal movement earlier than a fat woman.
Feeling fetal movement
There are three types of fetal movement: violent kicking or collision at 6 months of pregnancy; slow creeping or twisting about 3 months before birth; and third type of violent squatting. Fetal activity can anticipate the ability of the first year afterwards. Children with strong fetal movements develop faster 6 months after birth. So, have your mothers noticed this?
Correct understanding of fetal movement
Fetal movement is a sign of fetal life, and it can also reflect the safety of the fetus in the mother’s stomach. Some people visually compare fetal movement to a barometer of fetal health. Sudden and dramatic changes in the pattern of fetal movement may indicate that the fetus is at risk, such as intrauterine hypoxia. Therefore, the number of pregnant women is used as a means of monitoring fetal distress. If you are a high-risk mother, doctors will most likely emphasize the importance of fetal movement in the third trimester. For the third trimester, the weight of the baby’s baby increases, causing him to reduce the area of ??activity in the amniotic fluid, and the corresponding fetal movement is also reduced. At this time, the expectant mother should pay more attention to the number of fetal movements, and carefully record, so that the expectant mother can continuously perceive the baby’s situation. If there is suspicious, immediately consult a professional medical staff to create precious time for saving the baby.
Why is the number of fetal movements most important in the third trimester?
Zhang Yu pointed out that the absolute value of fetal movement in late pregnancy is less than 3 times per hour, or there is no fetal movement for 6 hours, or less than 7 times within 10 hours.
In general, the number of fetal movements is about 200 times a day at 20 weeks of pregnancy, and increases to 570 times a day after 32 weeks. After that, the fetus grows up, the space in the uterus is limited, and the movement of the fetus is limited. At full term, there are about 280 fetal movements per day.
Although the pregnancy check is carried out regularly, but the assessment of the fetus by professionals is also intermittent. The best way to know if your baby is healthy in the womb is to insist on several fetal movements every day. It is the best way to record your baby’s health. Through the number of fetal movements, you can sense the baby’s condition. The mothers must know that the number of fetal movements in the third trimester is very important.