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Procedure: Foetal Movement Counting

Foetal movement counting is a popular method of foetal surveillance as it allows the mother to participate actively in the evaluation of her baby's health. Here the baby's movements are counted: either how long it takes for the baby to move 10 times or how many times the baby moves in a specified amount of time. These are then used as an indication of the baby's well being in the womb.

The information in this page is presented in summarised form and has been taken from the following source(s):
1. Hygeia Foundation :

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