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If an expectant mother has completed 36 weeks of pregnancy, she is said to be full-term. The 37th week can be described as the very last phase of pregnancy, as most women deliver by the 40th week.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2013 4:50:18 PM(UTC)

In most pregnancies it is normal to feel less movements as baby has less space to move.

But if if you feel sustained reduction in baby's movement.

If baby becomes distressed in the womb, movements will reduce or stop some hours before a disaster occurs. A sustained reduction in foetal movement must be taken seriously and must always be checked out.

In such situation you must concern doctor and just a small test will happen to measure heart beat of baby, which normally do not take more then 20 to 25 minutes.

So avoid any stress and clear your doubt.

You can find more information on Problems in pregnancy you should never ignore from:

balwant Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2013 4:19:30 PM(UTC)
i have completed my 37th week of pregnancy. now - a-day i am feeling only 02 or 03 movement of my baby. what is the reason of this and if serious then what should be do for this?