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Wyoming Department of Health Working to Reduce Stillbirths

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Count the Kicks, an evidence-based stillbirth prevention program, has a free app available in the iOS and Google Play app stores that offers expectant parents a simple, non-invasive way to get to know their baby’s normal movement patterns.“We’re encouraging Wyoming families with a baby on the way to consider downloading this helpful app,” Belz said.Belz noted parents who don’t have smartphones or strong internet connections can use downloadable kick counting charts available at or may request a kick-counting bracelet from their local public health office.“After a few days of using Count the Kicks resources, expectant parents can begin to see patterns such as the normal amount of time it takes their baby to get to 10 movements,” Belz said. “If their baby’s ‘normal’ changes during the third trimester, this could be a sign of potential problems.

We would recommend reaching out to their pregnancy healthcare provider.”Maternal health providers, hospitals, social service agencies, childbirth educators and other providers can order free Count the Kicks educational materials at to support conversations about baby movement patterns with expectant parents.

Wyoming-specific options are available and include posters, brochures and app download cards in English and Spanish.About Count the Kicks Count the Kicks is a program of Healthy Birth Day, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of stillbirth.

The free Count the Kicks app has been downloaded more than 230,000 times in all U.S. states, and more than 140 other countries.

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