Ever Noticed Less Kicking

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M.A. - December 16

Has anyone ever noticed if a baby born with some type of mental, or learning disability such as retardation, autism, etc. kick less than a baby not having these? I have a seven year old, and she kicked a lot less than my one year old. I was just wondering if it was my imagination, or if there was some type of connection in the kicking less.

 

Michelle - December 16

I don't quite understand, do you mean that one of your children has a learning disability such as autism or downs syndrome?? And when you say kicked, you mean in the womb?

 

M.A. - December 16

My seven year old has autism, and my one year old doesn't. My seven year old rarely kicked inside, and my one year old was a big kicker.

 

Well - December 16

my son was a real kicker and has adhd and bi polour my Daughter moved very little and is very smart and healthy

 

L - December 16

My friend had twins and her boy with Cerebral Palsy kicked a lot more frequently and harder than his nonCP sister.

 

Kristina - December 16

My little brother has autism and my mom said he moved TONS

 

Michelle - December 16

so you think that movement has something to do with it?

 

M.A. - December 16

It doesn't look like you can tell anything from movement since babies with learning disabilities move just as much and more than others. It was just something I was wondering could be a warning sign ahead. But it seems that everyone is just different. Thanks for the replies.

 

Michelle - December 16

Thank you for posting the question. I was wondering about this too

 

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