I''m 35 weeks pregnant and I have noticed since yesterday that the baby doesn''t seem to be moving much. What does this mean?

Babies'' movements often slow down from about 36 weeks onwards, but you should still feel movements-though less intensive. Any sudden reduction of your perception of movements over 6-12 hours, or if movements stop completely, needs to be checked out by your midwife or doctor the same day, normally using a heart rate trace (non-stress test or CTG) and/or an ultrasound scan.
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