Start Doing These 12 Things As Soon As Your Baby Starts Moving Inside Womb

Make sure to get at least 8 hours of sleep each night, and try to take naps during the day if you can

Get plenty of rest

Staying hydrated can help to ensure that your baby has enough amniotic fluid to move around in

Stay hydrated

Keeping a journal of your baby’s movements is a great way to record any changes or patterns you notice

Keep a journal/record

Talk to your gynae about your baby’s movements and let them know if you have any concerns. 

Talk to your gynaecologist

Baby may be more active at certain times of the day , baby have a specific pattern of movements

Watch for patterns

This may include taking childbirth classes, creating a birth plan, and discussing pain management options with your gynaecologist

Learn different stages of labor

Speak to your gynaecologist about what types of exercise are safe for you, and always listen to your body

Exercise safely

Make sure to eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and protein, and to limit your intake of processed foods, sugar, and saturated fat.

Eat a healthy diet

You can track your baby’s movements by counting the number of kicks, rolls, or other movements you feel each day.

Track your baby’s movements