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    yes my dd would shudder in my belly and for the first few weeks after she was born she would do it too it was weird but we had no issues

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    Way way different to hiccups ! As pps have said, it's not a predictable jump every 30 seconds or so but yeh more a shudder that only lasts a few seconds! Neither my 2 previous pregnancies it happened only this one!

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    I remember that happening with ds. Definitely not hiccups, it was weird.

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    Yes! I even googled epilepsy in fetus in my first preg. Happened again in my second and now in my third. My midwife said it could be the startle reflex. Both my boys were fine. :-)

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    I've felt the same thing with my last two babies. Might have felt it with my first three but I can't remember.

    I don't know what it is either but it's definitely not hiccups - they feel completely different!

    For what it's worth my babies are all completely healthy so it's nothing to worry about

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    All of my babies have been a little jittery at birth and I've noticed this baby moves a little shaky sometimes, sort of a vibration. I'm just assuming its baby having a little jittery moment inside. I've got under 3 weeks to go

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    Well I'm glad other people have felt this! Lol yeah it only literally happens for a few seconds and that's it.
    I kinda think it feels like when you stretch your body in the morning and sometimes your leg does a little twitch /shake.... ( well my leg does) lol

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    Yes i did, it happened couple of times in my last month. First time i went straight to the hospital birth suite and told them my baby had a seizure. Because i was panicking they put me on the monitor for around half an hour and told me bub was fine. They couldn't tell me what it was.

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    The annoying thing is when you tell people bub just did that and they put their hand on your belly, bub didn't do it again. It's like you made it up or it's just in your imagination

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    Default Baby shaking in belly

    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    The annoying thing is when you tell people bub just did that and they put their hand on your belly, bub didn't do it again. It's like you made it up or it's just in your imagination
    Haha very true.. Well as long as its the norm and nothing too scary!!! Lol he hasn't done it since... Now I think he's just chilling away


 

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