If you are pregnant and you’ve felt your baby move, you are probably pretty obsessed with it (and you also might think that it’s kind of bizarre, because it totally is). As you get into late pregnancy, your doctor may encourage you to count every once|count in a while|Your physician may encourage you to count kicks every once|count in a while, as you get into pregnancy|Your physician may encourage you to count kicks every once|count in a while as you get into late pregnancy, and they may even|may|might mention that you can drink some juice if you haven’t felt the baby in a while|when you have not felt in some time for the baby you could drink some orange juice|if you have not felt the baby in some time you could drink some orange juice|when you haven’t felt in some time for the baby, you could drink some juice|when you have not felt the baby in some time, that you can drink some orange juice. But why? Does drinking orange juice really make your baby move?
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