A couple of weeks ago, when I was 24 weeks pregnant, I felt that my baby's movements had reduced and were much more faint than usual too. Aftee reading on several reliable websites (including nhs and tommy's) that you had to report this immediately and never leave it to the next day I got really worried and ended up going to the hospital at midnight to get it checked. They checked the baby's heartbeat and my blood pressure and said that everything was fine. What has me really confused now is that they also said that at this stage of pregnancy there is absolutely nothing they could do if indeed something was wrong. I think they mentioned that only from week 30 or 32 they could intervene if something was wrong. Since then I've been reading trying to find other sources that tell me at which stage of pregnancy you should report reduction in movements that could potentially save the baby if something was wrong but all I find is that you have to report any reduction once you have started to feel the baby. So, which one is it? Could reporting this potentially save the baby or is it pointless (except for peace of mind) because nobody can do anything about it until you are 30 weeks pregnant?
Has anybody been told anything similar?