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How long do you wait to call the doctor when you're not feeling as much movement as you normally do...especially when the normal "tricks" (like drinking juice or eating something) don't work?
Thanks! I don't know why I haven't asked my doctor this before. I guess with twins, I'm always feeling movement, so it's never been a concern before.
Actually, he just got the hiccups...so I feel better about him. She is still not moving too much. And I just gave his sister a few pokes (good idea) and she finally gave me a little movement.
ChicagoKari:Actually, he just got the hiccups...so I feel better about him. She is still not moving too much. And I just gave his sister a few pokes (good idea) and she finally gave me a little movement.
sometimes the position they are in you won't feel movements as much...also, with twins I bet they are getting a little crowded to do as much wiggling these days :)
Because it's so much harder to do counts with twins, unless you know exactly where each one is, my doc told me to trust my gut.
If your gut says something is amiss, call your doc.