33 weeks pregnant and "popping" sound coming from belly
I am 33 weeks pregnant, and for the past 4 days I have heard this "popping" noise, the best way to explain it is like knuckles cracking or clicking 2 fingernails together. Has anyone else had this? I googled it, and a lot of pregnant women have heard this noise, many have asked DRs or Midwives, but no one knows what it is!!
Hi Ladies If the "popping/clicking" sounds you hear from your bump are when bubs is moving it is the baby popping tiny air bubbles as they move around, it gets louder & more frequent, i get it all the time now at 36 weeks, it's amazing hey :-)
I heard the same thing in my 3rd as well. You explained it best when you said its like the sound of you clicking your fingernails together (fake nails). I googled, asked other pregnant moms, dr. and no one kne what I was talking about, they thought I was crazy. Well when was in the hospital and hooked up to the monitors (for delivery) I heard it again and asked my boyfriend if he heard it to. The nurses immediatly rushed in and said my baby's heart had stopped for a second so they had to have the whole team to come in to make sure my baby was ok after I gave birth.
Im still unsure what it is but it deffinatly has some connection with her heart. I know at night sometimes she has those quick short breaths for a moment.
Deffinatly going to let the dr. know. I hoped this helped
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