Your baby's movements in pregnancy
You must not wait until the next day to seek help if you are worried about your baby's movements.
For information on your baby's movements please access the Tommy's website
What if my baby's movements are reduced?
If you are not happy with your baby's movement you must contact your midwife or your maternity unit straight away, even if everything was normal last time.
NEVER HESITATE to contact your midwife or maternity unit for advice.
York and Scarbrough
Scarborough Labour Ward: 01723 342 124 or antenatal day unit, Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm on 01723 385 295.
York Labour Ward: 01904 626 004 or triage, 8am to 10pm on 01904 725 924 or 01904 722 833.
Scunthorpe and Grimsby
Grimsby, please contact the team that you are assigned to:
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Scunthorpe Labour Ward: 03033 302 270
Hull and East Yorkshire
If you are less than 28 weeks pregnant you should contact your community midwife on 01482 602 658 who will arrange to see you as soon as possible. If you have any difficulties in contacting your community midwife please contact the antenatal day unit on 01482 382 729.
If you are more than 28 weeks pregnant you should contact the antenatal day unit at the Women and Children's Hospital who will arrange to see you as soon as possible on 01482 382 729. If you contact the antenatal day unit when it is closed you will be automatically transferred to Maple Ward who will be able to help you.