Counting my Baby’s Movements

Your baby’s movements are one of the best indicators of their welfare. Get to know your baby’s movement pattern. A daily count of your baby’s movements during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy can help prevent stillbirth and other adverse perinatal outcomes.

Counting my Baby’s Movements

In Canada, more than 3,000 babies die each year in their mother’s womb. In many cases, the mother will have experienced a decrease in her baby’s movements in the preceding days. It is estimated that up to 30% of these babies could be saved.

Don’t let their cries go silent.

logo’s mission is to inform parents and health care professionals about the importance of a baby’s movements during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy in the hopes of reducing the number of stillbirths in Canada.

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