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While your unborn has fetal hiccups is it normal for him to move aswell , like to kick or roll over or turn ?
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A hiccup is an unintentional movement (spasm) of the diaphragm, the muscle at the base of the lungs. The spasm is followed by quick closing of the vocal cords, which produces a distinctive sound. Hiccups often start for no apparent reason and usually disappear after a few minutes. Rarely, hiccups can last for days, weeks, or months. Hiccups are common and normal ...Read more
My baby had fetal hiccups for 2 weeks straight and today is finally one day where he didn't hiccup at all .. Should I be concerned ?
No: I would not be concerned at all, this is normal. ...Read more
Pretty much all: Not a rarity or abnormality. Just the baby doing it's thing. No worries. ...Read more
My baby use to have fetal hiccups all the time since 30 weeks I recently turned 37 and they decreased should I be concerned ?
No: As long as you feel movement, it should be OK. ...Read more
No known association: Over three decades I have never seen any association between the two. I have had an infant with 5 wraps around the neck & no hiccups & hundreds with no wrap & hiccups. Just because the two may appear together on occasion does not mean the one issue was a signal of the other. ...Read more
A bit early: Most mom's don't report any fetal movement until at least 16 weeks, so this is a bit early for any sensed movement.Most don't report hiccup like activity until the last month or so of pregnancy.This can continue off and on through pregnancy and the baby may do so after delivery. ...Read more
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