Reduced Fetal Movement Intervention-2 Trial
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS STUDY?
Women who are 36 weeks or more pregnant and who have come to the hospital due to noticing a change in their baby’s movements
ABOUT THE STUDY
It is common for pregnant women to attend ante-natal care in late pregnancy because they have noticed a change in their baby’s movements. This is called reduced fetal movement. Most women who come with a change in their baby’s movements have a healthy pregnancy, although some have complications. Currently, we are not sure which tests best predict whether women with decreased movements of their baby are at a higher risk of pregnancy complications.
We are carrying out a trial involving women who have noticed a change in their baby’s movements. We want to find out whether an additional test which shows how well the placenta is working will be helpful when treating these women. We currently do not know whether this is the case.
REC reference 17/NW/0014