Generally speaking, the passing rate is higher in the morning, and in the afternoon, the fetus is prone to drowsiness, which makes it difficult to monitor the fetal heart rate. But this is just a general situation and depends on how long your baby is active. As many options as possible do this during the day when your baby is more active, resulting in a higher pass rate for fetal heart rate monitoring. Before fetal heart rate monitoring, you can eat something to stimulate the fetus to move more. The fetus is usually more active before and after meals.
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