Reply
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 03:57 AM   1
MEPride
Pregnant (Expecting)
Active BnB Member
 
 
Join Date: Dec 2015
Posts: 592

Hiccups in 2 places?


I thought for sure my LO was in the right position. She has been for almost 2 weeks. Before that she was breech. Now I'm lying awake worrying because I think she turned breech again at 33.3. But I'm so confused. I've been feeling hiccups down low for the last 2 weeks and tonight I woke with feeling hiccups in 2 places!!!! Very strongly above my belly button and very faintly down low near my rectum. What does THAT mean?!?! I lied down on my left and only felt them low down.

I'm afraid I turned her breech. I do Spinning Babies daily, primarily the forward inversion for 30 seconds. There are mornings when I wake and she feels transverse so I do my inversion and carry on. I got up to pee tonight and did an inversion because I thought she was transverse. But I'm afraid she went the wrong way!!! And now I can't sleep for worrying. What could feeling hiccups in 2 places mean??? Thankfully she gets hiccups a couple times daily so I'll be able to evaluate more later.



 
Status: Offline
 
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 07:51 AM   2
rachy01
Pregnant (Expecting)
Active BnB Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2013
Posts: 249
Hi MEPride! Thank you for responding to me on my question. I hope i can help with yours. My transverse baby gets hiccups and i feel them in two places, left and right of belly button....like her whole body jolts side to side. I have never felt her hiccups low.

Perhaps your baby is hiccuping forcefully so you feel it in two places?



Status: Offline
 
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 13:58 PM   3
xdxxtx
Other
BnB Addict
 
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: East Coast, USA
Posts: 9,646
You can feel the whole baby bounce with violent hiccups once they've rrached a certain size...it's all right. It always makes me paranoid when I've just gotten my baby to flip and then I can't tell the positioning because there are hiccups everywhere. I hope your baby is still head down. SpinningBabies says to walk every day to get that baby to stay in place and to work up to 3 miles per day. Personally, I just walked as much as possible when I felt good. I hadn't my lazy days and did nothing, too. My baby stayed in perfect position, and my labor was extremely quick, so I clearly didn't need to do any more than I did. Hope this helps!



 
Status: Offline
 
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 15:57 PM   4
DJ987
Mum (Mom)
BnB Elite
 
 
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Midlands
Posts: 15,296
My baby turned a couple of weeks ago to being head down, I get hiccups in two places though. Down below and up near my belly button! I think it's because they are bigger now as the PP said.



 
Status: Offline
 
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 16:04 PM   5
sarah1980
Mum (Mom)
Chat Happy BnB Member
 
 
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Scotland
Posts: 1,452
Yeah I'd agree that it's probably more to do with the size of your LO now. Mine has (as far as I'm aware) always been head down and I usually feel them right down in my bum and up the top of my bump where his bum is, I just put it down to the hiccup sort of rippling through his body. Sounds like you are doing all you can to keep baby head down though.xxx



 
Status: Offline
 
Old Aug 14th, 2017, 19:38 PM   6
MEPride
Pregnant (Expecting)
Active BnB Member
 
 
Join Date: Dec 2015
Posts: 592
Thanks ladies, that makes me feel better!!!! I'm still not sure where she is. Pretty sure she's hiding out posteriorly and behind my anterior placenta. Makes belly maping damn near impossible!!!

3 miles of walking a day is my minimum!!! 5 miles a day is probably close to my average. On weekends I might walk upwards to 8-10 miles. I like to walk, hahaha. Walking has never been my issue thankfully. I'm pretty sure it's the reason why I feel so good at 33+4 days.

I'm considering trying to sleep propped up tonight in attempt to have gravity help her stay head down, if she still is head down. Unfortunately I won't be able to see my mw for 2 weeks to be sure!!



 
Status: Offline
 

SEO by vBSEO