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It is normal for movement to slow down at the end. You can try drinking some orange juice laying down to concentrate on feeling movement if you are concerned...but again, very normal for movements to slow down. There is just not a lot of room to dance in there.
Mama to DS (3/7/06), DSD (11/17/02), DD (1/16/08 ) , DS2 (5/30/10) and Baby Quinn (R.I.P 3/22/13)
I had that same concern a couple weeks ago. My dr said to empty my bladder, then drink a glass of orange juice or soda...something with lots of sugar...and then lay down. Baby should move about 20 times in an hour. If it's close to that, then you're ok. If it's more, great! If it's less, like under 10, then you may want to call the midwife. (Although my dr told me to repeat the test before getting too concerned.)
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