Movements generally increase in strength and frequency through pregnancy, particularly at night, when you are trying to sleep. At the end of pregnancy (36 weeks and beyond), there is normally a slow change in movements, with fewer jabs and more rolling and stretching movements. A healthy baby should have 10 movements in less than 2 hours. Most babies will take less than 30 minutes. They say if you havent felt 10 kicks in 1 hour you should contact your doctor. First try and consume something sweet. You should start your daily "kick counting" at 24 -26 weeks.
at 10:15 AM on Nov. 18, 2010