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    Default Oh I think it is baby hiccups! Just need to share it!

    I am 33 and 5 days and I think I felt her hiccups. First I thought she is kicking. I asked my husband to feel it and he felt it so well. It was very rhythmic. He got worried and said how could she kick constantly? Then I had a strike that it could be baby hiccups. It matches the perfect description. Her head is down now and that is exactly I was feeling it. I have felt it so many times similar moves before, just did not click. How dumb I am! And how adorable is my baby hiccups! Anybody wants to share their excitement of noticing it first time or enjoying it all the time?

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    I noticed them first at 28 weeks, I was on the CTG scanner at the hospital and I could hear this strange, rhythmic noise that came with a little jump in my tummy.
    I didn't even THINK of hiccups until the midwife pointed it out haha. Now that he's bigger I can feel them all the time.
    The other night he had them and I think he was cracking it! He had them for about half an hour and towards the end they must have been irritating him, because they'd go away for a few seconds...then come back and he would jump about in movements that FELT like frustration. LOL.

    When I get hiccups I instantly turn into a toddler. I get irritable, sometimes cry and whinge. Haha. I HATE hiccups. I think I may have passed this on to bubs....

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    Naawww. I love that feeling.

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    When I was pregnant last(she will be 1 in 2 weeks!) she had hiccups atleast 3 times a day in utero, and they usually lasted for at least 15mins! I loved it and so did dh lol but since she was born she hiccups ALL THE TIME! Poor kid she gets so frustrated lol

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    Hehe, so cute! Have felt them for a while now, but in the last week (I'm now 36wks) bub has had them 2-4 times a day, and often for 10-15 minutes.. usually accompanied by a good kicking about! I imagine this poor annoyed bubby having constant hiccups and kicking out of frustration... lol!

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    Awww I miss baby hiccups!

    My DD had them frequently in utero and when she was born I remember looking at her on my chest thinking "who are you"... then she hiccupped and I knew

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    I never noticed with either of my boys. Everyone was/is shocked by that. DS2 has hiccups during an ultrasound and I couldn't feel them. I feel a little deprived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dicey View Post
    I noticed them first at 28 weeks, I was on the CTG scanner at the hospital and I could hear this strange, rhythmic noise that came with a little jump in my tummy.
    I didn't even THINK of hiccups until the midwife pointed it out haha. Now that he's bigger I can feel them all the time.
    The other night he had them and I think he was cracking it! He had them for about half an hour and towards the end they must have been irritating him, because they'd go away for a few seconds...then come back and he would jump about in movements that FELT like frustration. LOL.

    When I get hiccups I instantly turn into a toddler. I get irritable, sometimes cry and whinge. Haha. I HATE hiccups. I think I may have passed this on to bubs....
    Ha ha... poor bub having hiccups for half an hour! it is too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noskie View Post
    When I was pregnant last(she will be 1 in 2 weeks!) she had hiccups atleast 3 times a day in utero, and they usually lasted for at least 15mins! I loved it and so did dh lol but since she was born she hiccups ALL THE TIME! Poor kid she gets so frustrated lol
    Oh no! what could you do for her? is there anything to stop that?

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    I felt hiccups more than I felt kicks. Bubs would get them at least 4 times a day! Now he still gets them constantly its so cute


 

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