I have scan every week and this is something they check for in my during it...they started watching for it at 25 weeks...each week they watch for him to do it a little longer. It stated out at 10 seconds and now its for 1 min. Its really neat and I was able to actually start feeling it a few weeks ago.
I had no idea you could feel for this. How cool! lol
I always feel my lo when I am completely relaxed and laying down. I have my hand down low on my bump and its not the bump bump of the hiccups its just a gentle regular movement...kinda hard to explain. But totally amazing.
I only noticed mine in the past two weeks but she has been hiccuping a lot longer which is also an indication of practicing to breathe. She spends a lot of time with her back round the side so I only see it when she's more round the front.
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