Anyone have anything to share about hiccupping or experiences about it?
I couldn't remember how early they had started with my other pregnancies but I was all paranoid that something was wrong with the baby cause I hadn't felt hiccups yet.
Already!?!?! ~ Lori, doula, childbirth educator, wife to Jermaine 6/04, and mom to two happy and energetic boys - Tatum 6/06 and Keegan 3/09
I think what you're experiencing is totally normal.
Marilyn, wife to DH 09/02 and mama to my boys, DS1 11/06 and DS2 02/09, and a new one on the way in 06/12!
Mama to Noah- 05, Eden - 07, Isabella -09 and Cade -11
mom to all boys B: 08/01, C: 07/05 , N: 03/09 , M: 01/12 and far too many lost ones
I'm sure many babies have hiccups and don't have either of those things though. *shrug*
When I mentioned this to my MW, she said it was a great sign and that in her experience, babies who have hiccups a lot in utero rarely need any breathing help after they are born. Makes sense to me!
DD1 once hiccupped so hard I almost fell of my chair at work. It was NOT a kick or a punch, it was hiccups. Strong hiccups!
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