Mum-to-be reassured by Kate Marsh, Midwifery Manager at Tommy’s
Midwifery Manager at Tommy’s, Kate Marsh, answers a common question related to concerns about baby movement and going into hospital
Many Bounty mums-to-be have contacted us to ask what happens if you’re concerned about your baby’s movement and worried about going to hospital during the coronavirus outbreak.
In this video Emily, who is 36 weeks pregnant and has already been to hospital before the outbreak because she was worried about her baby’s movement, asks:
"If I’m worried about my baby’s movement is there anything I can do at home to reassure myself my baby is OK?"
Filmed 14th May 2020
The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists has official guidelines for pregnant women