Reduced Foetal Movement Survey

 

This survey will help us stress the importance of parents monitoring the movement of their baby and who you would need to contact should there be a concern.

The survey will also highlight what communication methods would be most appropriate to reach out to women and their families.

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* 1. Are you aware that it is important to monitor your baby's kicks/ movements?

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* 2. Do you know who to contact if your baby is not kicking/moving as much as usual?

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* 3. Do you know when you should contact a midwife if you are worried about reduced or change in movement?

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* 4.  How would you prefer to receive information related to babies movements/kicks?

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* 5. What would stop you from informing a midwife that you were worried about your baby's movements/kicks?

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What shall I do if I notice reduced movement?

If you think your baby’s movements have slowed down or stopped, contact
your midwife or maternity unit immediately (it is staffed 24 hours, 7 days a
week). Do not put off calling until the next day to see what happens.
Do not worry about phoning, it is important for your doctors and midwives to
know if your baby’s movements have slowed down or stopped.
Do not use any hand-held monitors, dopplers, or phone apps to check your
baby’s heartbeat. Even if you detect a heartbeat, this does not mean your
baby is well.

Get to know your baby’s normal pattern of movements.

 

 

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* 7. Would you like to leave your contact details and be contacted for marketing and research purposes?

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* 8. If yes, please complete your contact details below

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