I don't think that frequent hic-ups during pregnancy are anything to worry about. Every body is different and many women experience different "symptoms" during pregnancy - it's all about how YOUR body reacts. When your contractions are regular and occurring every 4-5 minutes, you should call your doctor. However, if you feel a need to call or go to the hospital sooner - DO IT! It's better to be safe than sorry, and a woman's instinct is usually right on! Take care.
I had the same problem with hiccuping up until about a month ago. Now I have only 3 weeks left till delivery. I don't know if the hiccuping is normal, but my baby is healthy and so am I. I don't think there is anything wrong with it. ! hello
Hiccoughs are always normal. Don't worry so much!
Hiccups are caused when you have contractions of the diaphragm. The diaphragm is what makes your lungs take in oxygen and expel it.
usually when you laugh alot, that's what mostly causes hiccups
No. Neither have anything to do with pregnancy.
Hiccups are caused by irritation of the diaphragm. This is caused by hormones and reduced space from pregnancy.
yes or no it depends
No hiccupps are not a sign of pregnancy
Possibly, but it's not a very reliable symptom. Many people get frequent hiccups occasionally and aren't pregnant. If you are later for your period, take a home test. If you don't want to wait that long, go see a doctor.
Hiccups can be caused by a number of things: rapid eating, carbonated beverages, alcohol, dry breads, some spicy foods, and laughing. Intractable hiccups (severe and persistent hiccups) may be caused by a number of diseases and conditions including electrolyte imbalance. Physically, hiccups are caused by involuntary contractions of your diaphragm.
Not the hiccups, but the rest are symptoms. Take a test
Fetal hiccups feel like gentle, rhythmic kicking or taps in the same area for a few seconds up to many minutes. The further along a woman gets in her pregnancy the stronger the hiccups become until you can see the belly jump where the hiccups are originating.
My female puggle gets hiccups, its just like as if & when we get hiccups, but not that loud! for example she will be sitting there & then start to get hiccups and since her mouth is closed her head goes back (kinda like when one sneezes) and her belly expands and you hear a slight hiccup, it will happen a few times in a row. She did it more frequent when she was a puppy and now it rarely happens.
No, this is a big problem, it usually means they have slightly torn your histolic membrane which can lead to hiccups and pulmonary infection. You should get to a hospital as soon as possible as this is quite serious.
I did some research and hiccups are more common towards the end of the first trimester and start of the second trimester. Your lungs are taking 30-40 percent more air with each inhale/exhale.
At about 7 months you can feel a strange twitch - babies who have frequent hiccups in-utero may also be more prone to colic as an infant.
They are called the hiccups because of the "hiccup" sound you make when you have them.
Some babies hiccup a lot during development, the twitches are most often felt in the third trimester.
How am I supposed to know I don't keep track of what color my hiccups!😶😐😑
Many pregnant women wonder what their baby is doing when they feel those rhythmic movements later in pregnancy. Most are surprised to learn their baby has the hiccups! That is right, many babies have the hiccups while they are in the womb and some babies have the hiccups multiple times per day. But, what causes this and why do babies hiccup in the womb anyway? There has not been an overwhelming amount of research on fetal hiccupping in the womb, although there is some speculation as to why it happens. First of all, only more mature fetuses hiccup in the womb because their central nervous system is adequately developed in order to allow this to happen. It is believed that the fetus breathes in amniotic fluid or drinks it. When this happens and the amniotic fluid enters and exists the fetus lungs then the diaphragm contracts and hiccups results. Fetal hiccups appear to be extremely normal and almost all moms will feel the babies hiccups at least once if not on a regular basis.
any feline can get the hiccups
My hiccups are dehabilitating.
Hiccups are a spasm of the phrenic nerve