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Pregnant.Lesser foetal movements. USG baby breech position, movements active & weak, lower amniotic fluid. Guide?

hello I am 33 weeks and 6 days pregnant. My USG says my baby is in breech position with a turned back. my fetal movements were active in USG and weak at the same time. I feel most movements in my lower abdomen and my as per my USG amniotic fluid is slightly lower than normal. Its MY first pregnancy. Kindly guide as i dont feel much fetal movements or kicks like others.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
As your baby is healthy according to scan report no need to worry. As baby in breech position the upper limbs will be placed at the level of lower abdomen may be because of that you are noticing most movements at that level.
As baby is progressing in size and as the amniotic fluid is little bit less, you may be having slightly lesser movements.
You have to take plenty of oral fluids, arginine sachets etc. to increase the amniotic fluid levels and take sufficient rest.
Take regular antenatal checkups.
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Take care.

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