Had a very bizarre 'episode' about 3 weeks ago when it felt like the baby was 'vibrating' inside my tummy. Only lasted a matter of seconds but was definitely a very noticable and weird sensation that couldn't have been explained off a movement or hiccups.
I didn't think anything of it until this afternoon when it happened again. Lasted about 20 secs and felt like baby was having a fit Is this possible???
I have known one lady before who said she felt like her baby was fitting inside and when she had a scan the saw what she was describing and it did look like a seizure. Not sure what the outcome was because i never heard
Jury's out on it I guess... spoke to midwife who said to try not to worry. She had heard of it before, but couldn't promise it wasn't something to 'worry about'. Would make notes & request it to go on baby's post-natal checklist.
There was a thread on this in third trimester.
Quite a lot of women were feeling it and I think the midwife said it was probably the baby practicing breathing. I think all of the women were told not to worry!
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