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Hiccups - How Often Does Your Baby Get Them?

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LauraKB Tue 15-Sep-09 09:02:50

Hi All

I am 30 weeks and 5 days and have noticed that baby has had hiccups twice yesterday and once already today. Before this I haven't really felt them at all, although have maybe had one or 2 boughts very intermittently.

I have been doing more googling than is good for me (you would think I would learn grin)and have read increased hiccuping can be a sign of cord issues.

Is it normal to start to feel more hiccups at this stage? How often is too often do you think?

How often do/did you get hiccups?

Thanks in advance

L, x.

MamiBabi Tue 15-Sep-09 09:19:46

I'm 36+2 and I notice that the bump has hiccups at least once a day. I wouldn't be worried - maybe do less googling!

glasgowlass Tue 15-Sep-09 09:22:37

My DS(now 10 months) had hiccups every night from around 30 weeks, always same time, around 10pm. No cord problems here, step away from google!

ShowOfHands Tue 15-Sep-09 09:25:55

At least once a day with dd, usually more. She was and is absolutely fine. Although, aged 2 she still gets hiccups an awful lot.

Theteathings Tue 15-Sep-09 09:45:08

every evening with this one. Also I get a twitchy leg at night that sets her off hmm.

maybebaby23 Tue 15-Sep-09 11:19:36

Oh my gosh im glad i didn't google in my last pregnancy then because DD1 had hiccups twice a day every single day!! My bump was ALWAYS twitching lol, i have never heard about cord issues causing it?? Im 25 weeks with DD2 and i haven't felt hiccups yet..

trellism Tue 15-Sep-09 12:10:57

At least once a day at the moment (34+). I thought hiccups were good: they prepare the lungs for breathing.

At my last scan (24wks) the cord looked fine (at least, I wasn't told of any problems) and the sprog was hiccupping away then too.

You might be feeling an increase just because the baby is bigger now, or has moved:
I don't feel as many when the sprog is transverse. They seem to resonate on my hip bone when she's head downwards.

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