By week 28, your baby has probably started to move regularly.
Take some quiet time twice a day to count your baby’s movements. If you do not feel ten movements within two hours, try eating a snack and sitting down again.
If your baby still does not move, try again later that day. If there are still not ten movements within two hours, call your doctor.
In month 8, keep counting kicks. Remember that your baby has time now when he or she is asleep and when he or she is awake, so if there are not a lot of movements your baby may be asleep.
If you’re worried, eat a snack and try again, if you don’t feel ten movements within two hours, call your doctor.
In month nine, keep track of your baby’s movement a few times a day. If it starts moving less than usual, call your doctor.