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A pregnant client tells the nurse that she felt her baby move this week. A review of the chart reveals that the client is at 14 weeks' gestation by ultrasound. How should the nurse interpret this information?

▸ The pregnancy is proceeding normally.

▸ Quickening has occurred.

▸ The ultrasound date must be wrong.

▸ The woman misinterpreted a different sensation as fetal movement.
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