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    Fetal Movement: Feeling Baby Kick
    Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Are you wondering about your baby kicks!?!

    I have noticed that some of our members have had concerns about the changes in movement with their little ones. Sometimes it can be scary when that regular soccer player decides to sit on the bench and take a nap.

    Here is a great article that explains your baby kicks! When you should feel them, how much is expected and when you might need to consult a doctor.

    Hope that this comes as some help!
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    mommieto5 responded:
    Great Article!!

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