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I know it sounds crazy but my DH has heard it too. When lil girl gets moving I hear a loud and distinct clicking sound. Weird. it's not like I hear it every time she moves just once per movement wave...let's say.<br><br>
odd right?
 

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<p>Do you think a visit to the chiropractor might be helpful in determining the cause?  I 'click' a lot with movement, but I was a long distance runner for many years.  My chiropractor keeps me in one piece!  <img alt="orngbiggrin.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif">    </p>
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<p>I wonder what would cause it in a little one???  </p>
 

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I was at the chiro just yesterday. I will likely be taking this little one for cranial sacral work after birth as well.<br><br>
I am perplexed.
 

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<p>I actually had that happen a couple nights ago! I was laying in bed, not moving and the babies were moving like crazy and I suddenly heard a clicking sound from them. I thought it was so weird and not sure exactly what would cause that lol.</p>
 

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<p>Yes! So glad to hear I'm not the only freak who has heard this. I heard it maybe two or three times with each of my 2 previous pregnancies and mentioned it to my midwives and friends and they all think I'm hearing things.</p>
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<p>Haven't heard it yet with this baby. I too have no idea what it could be. I would think there would need to be air somewhere to make that noise though.</p>
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<p>wierd.</p>
 

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<p>Maybe your baby is a dolphin and it's trying to communicate with you?</p>
<p>hahah sorry.</p>
<p>I have no idea!</p>
 
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