Fetal arrest is a condition in which the fetus stops growing and developing in the womb. When fetal arrest occurs, many people will have questions: Will the fetus with fetal arrest feel? This article will answer this question from a professional perspective. First, we need to understand the development of the fetal nervous system. The fetal nervous system develops gradually during pregnancy, starting from the initial neural tube and gradually differentiating into the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nervous system. However, in early pregnancy, the fetal nervous system has not yet fully developed, so early fetuses with fetal arrest may not have formed a complete neural network and cannot produce pain sensations. Secondly, we need to understand the development of the fetus\’s sensory organs. Fetal sensory organs include skin, vision, hearing, etc. These sensory organs develop gradually during pregnancy, but may not be fully formed or functional when fetal arrest occurs. Therefore, a fetus with fetal arrest may not be able to sense external stimuli. In addition, the environment of the fetus in the womb also plays a certain protective role. The fetus is surrounded by amniotic fluid, which acts as a buffer and protector to prevent damage to the fetus from external stimuli. When the fetus stops growing and developing, the fetus\’s metabolic and neurological activity also weakens, which may further reduce the fetus\’s pain perception. Finally, we need to consider the consciousness and state of consciousness of the fetus. The consciousness of the fetus is a relatively complex issue. At present, the scientific community has not yet reached a clear conclusion on the state of consciousness of the fetus. However, according to current research, the fetus may be in an unconscious or comatose state when fetal arrest occurs, and is unable to perceive external stimuli. In summary, a fetus with fetal arrest may not be able to feel pain or other stimuli. Because the fetus\’s nervous system and sensory organs are not fully developed, and the fetus\’s state of consciousness cannot be determined, we cannot be sure whether the fetus will feel when fetal arrest occurs. However, fetal arrest is a serious pregnancy complication that requires prompt diagnosis and management. If you suspect that you have experienced fetal arrest, you should seek medical treatment promptly and follow the doctor\’s recommendations for treatment. In short, a fetus with fetal arrest may not be able to feel pain or other stimuli. The fetus\’s nervous system and sensory organs gradually develop during pregnancy, and fetal arrest may occur when the fetus is not fully developed and therefore unable to feel pain. However, fetal arrest is a serious pregnancy complication that requires prompt diagnosis and management. Please seek medical advice promptly and follow your doctor\’s advice.