in the past week my baby has been haven the hiccups constantly is this a good or bad thing??
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23-02-2012 15:56 #1
34weeks an baby always has the hiccups
23-02-2012 16:41 #2
Its all completely normal. My baby always hiccupped in the last trimester, he still does and he is 2 weeks old!
23-02-2012 16:43 #3
My DS ALWAYS had the hiccups when I was pregnant with him. It was continuous. Apparently it's an Indian wives tale that lots of hiccups in utero means their respiratory system/diaphragm is very strong when they come out!
Anyhoo he hiccupped a lot for the first few months too! I wouldn't worry at all.
24-02-2012 16:20 #4Member
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My first was the hiccup princess, it was ridiculous - every night in the last few weeks. My son - none at all. Enjoy, I think its funny thinking of them with hiccups
24-02-2012 16:23 #5
DD3 was the same as above, constant right through the pregnancy and then for the first few months after she was born. it was crazy.
It never bothered her either, her whole little body would jump from the hiccup and she would not flinch, i have no idea how she slept through it.
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