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Hiccups almost non stop! Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13

My poor baby has had at least one bad case of hiccups every day for the last 3 days.! My stomach is getting tired lol. Anyone else's LO have hiccups so frequently?

E☮M♥M♫A 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Cleveland, Tennessee 2643 posts
23rd May '13

I was just texting my SIL about this! Lol. DD has been getting hiccups a lot lately, at least once a day. They're light though, and really low in my pelvic area lol.

LizzieHoneybee 1 child; New Iberia, Louisiana 253 posts
23rd May '13

my daughter was like ahaha . it sucked. she had them all the time and it got super annoying when I was getting closer to 9 months. when she was low and head down I felt the hiccups to low, I swear it felt like she was going to hiccup her way out of my va***jay ahaha. my dr said its completely normal for them to get hiccups alot

LayLu (girl); 17 kids; Virginia 4007 posts
23rd May '13

My LO gets em at least once a day. Sometimes she wakes me up with em lol it's almost annoying. :lol:

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13

My oldest three never had hiccups while I was pregnant with them but with this baby and my youngest, it's been crazy.

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting LayLu:" My LO gets em at least once a day. Sometimes she wakes me up with em lol it's almost annoying. :lol:"

Lol my kiddo likes to wake me up from a deep sleep and just go crazy in the middle of the night! Usually Bun gets the hiccups in the morning or very late afternoon.

penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 7110 posts
23rd May '13

My LO got them 24/7 and I did research on why they get them and one study was that fetuses that get hiccups are lacking oxygen and that's why they hiccup. It's been found more and more as the baby gets bigger he/she puts more pressure on the cord cutting off supply until they move again.

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting nothinuneed2no:" My LO got them 24/7 and I did research on why they get them and one study was that fetuses that get hiccups ... [snip!] ... found more and more as the baby gets bigger he/she puts more pressure on the cord cutting off supply until they move again. "

Oh wow! That makes me nervous!

penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 7110 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting Kady:" Oh wow! That makes me nervous! "


They say it's nothing to worry about unless you stop feeling movement even with doing kick counts which has been almost none. I freaked out and made an appt with my dr that day and was like I need to be seen NOW!! HE reassured me to just do my kick counts and everything was fine.

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting nothinuneed2no:" They say it's nothing to worry about unless you stop feeling movement even with doing kick counts which ... [snip!] ... with my dr that day and was like I need to be seen NOW!! HE reassured me to just do my kick counts and everything was fine. "

Wow yeah I had heard that the hiccups are them practicing breathing. I'm not even sure where I heard it. My baby is still extremely active. He flips and rolls and punches and kicks so I'm sure he's fine.

Sarahboo579 Due July 2 (boy); Littleton, Colorado 2 posts
23rd May '13
Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting Sarahboo579:"
Sarahboo579 Due July 2 (boy); Littleton, Colorado 2 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting nothinuneed2no:" My LO got them 24/7 and I did research on why they get them and one study was that fetuses that get hiccups ... [snip!] ... found more and more as the baby gets bigger he/she puts more pressure on the cord cutting off supply until they move again. "

Now Im going to be worrying all the time ._.

Kady 5 kids; Texas 2696 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting Sarahboo579:" Now Im going to be worrying all the time ._."

Yeah I'm going to think about it every time it happens now.

Amanda.M 2 kids; St Albans, Vermont 890 posts
23rd May '13
Quoting nothinuneed2no:" My LO got them 24/7 and I did research on why they get them and one study was that fetuses that get hiccups ... [snip!] ... found more and more as the baby gets bigger he/she puts more pressure on the cord cutting off supply until they move again. "


Ahh!! That is scary! My LO gets hiccups at least once a day, normally when I am laying in bed at night. Could that mean that the position I am laying in is cutting off his air supply?!?