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    Thanks guys, it seems that if a bunch of other people have also experienced it then it's probably not a huge deal! It's definitely not hiccups, DD had them a lot and it's a different feeling. So bizarre.

    I'll ask my Ob on Thursday and report back

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    yes!! im almost 37 weeks and I get this too!

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    I was told that its the baby moving their head from side to side looking for their thumb/hand to suck on.

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    I had it with DS2. He was stretching his leg out which would do this weird leg shudder thing. DH does exactly the same thing, it's just tension in the muscle when you stretch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candiceo View Post
    I was told that its the baby moving their head from side to side looking for their thumb/hand to suck on.
    That's funny... Like the rooting reflex they have on the outside. Too cute, but it would feel funny.

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    I had the exact same thing with my DD.
    I was so scared she was having a fit or something.

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    Same feeling here in my belly. It was freaking me out, I didn't quite know how to put it either if/when I asked the midwife! Like she's having a seizure. Good to know there are other buzzy bubs out there

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    I had it with my dd

    Its like when they have a shudder after a wee when they are little

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    My little man has been doing the same thing, i thought he could be epileptic or something but kind of relaxed knowing im not the only one.

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    Haha I used to say DD was being a 'wet dog' when she'd do this. For the first couple days after she was born she would randomly shake too and I asked my ob. Apparently it's really normal and to do with their nerves.


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