Sorry to alarm you, but you need to go in for ultrasound and monitoring now. Two days is a LONG time. My client had 24 hours and it was because the placenta dislodged from the uterus. That is very serious. Because I was so aware of it, when my daughter stopped moving for a few hours I went to my OB. She did not respond to stimulus (they use this shocker thing that buzzez) so they sent me to the hospital for an emergency c-section. I was 38 weeks. There was a ton of meconium in the fluid, indicating she had been in distress. I had a good outcome as my daughter did not aspirate the meconium (which can cause cerebral palsy amongst other things). If I had waited she likely would have had a very bad outcome. I am not an alarmist, but when your fetus ceases all movement you need to take it VERY seriously.
at 9:07 AM on Apr. 9, 2009