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Too much movement??

I apologize for the lame 1st timer question but: I know you need to be aware if there's decreased movement but is there such thing as too much movement??
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Re: Too much movement??

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    nope.
    Mom of 3 (Ginny 4 yrs old), (Miles 2 yrs old), and (Mason due June 15th) 
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    Nope my LO moves almost non-stop!
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    Nope. Enjoy the movement!
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    not to freak you out...and i'm the same way where my LO moves like CRAZY...but this is word for word, copied & pasted from my doctor after i asked if a baby could move too much. 

     " Yes, sometimes if the baby is in distress, it might move too much, but that is rare. 

    If at any time, you feel concerned about the baby moving too much, or too little, then you can call L&D and come in to be monitored."

      

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    Cool, thanks ladies. I do love when DH is squirmin' but I wasn't too too sure. Back to enjoying the show lol
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    No theres Not!!!!  Its a greatttt thing
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