Pregnancy Count-To-Ten Foetal Movement Chart

Use this simple foetal kick count chart to monitor your baby’s growth and condition.


The Count-To-Ten Foetal Movement Chart

Counting your baby’s movements throughout the day and comparing it to this foetal movement count chart is a simple way to monitor your baby’s condition and development.

What you need to do:

  • Beginning at 9.00am, count the number of times your baby moves
  • Put a tick (√ ) against the time graph whenever this occurs, for example, if your baby moves at 2.15pm, put a tick (√ ) in the square between 2.00pm and 2.30pm
  • At the end of the day, count the number of ticks which you have made on the graph and indicate the number in the box provided

Please contact your doctor immediately if your baby has made less than 10 movements per day for two consecutive days.

To download this foetal movement count chart, please click here.


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Pregnancy Count-To-Ten Foetal Movement Chart

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