Clicking when babies move?

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  1. tripletsOMG

    tripletsOMG Well-Known Member

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    Anyone else have this clicking type sensation when ur baby moves? Doesnt hurt just strange are they fighting with my bones?:wacko:
     
  2. heaven

    heaven Mommy of 2 Beautiful Girl

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    Some kinds are hiccups.

    I have heard of women who were clicking. There was a thread about it a while ago-so it is common. Can't remember what others said though.
     
  3. Amy

    Amy Well-Known Member

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    i get this. not sure what it is but im sure its nothing serious
     
  4. bungle

    bungle Mummy of 2 girls

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    I'm pretty sure it's bubbas bones clicking and probably the result of having very little space to stretch. To me that's exactly what it sounds like. Definitely not hiccups cos I only ever hear one 'click' at a time x
     
  5. AimeeM

    AimeeM Mum to 3 Boys.

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    Yes! It sounds like his bone bashes against mine, very strange.
     
  6. Sun_Flower

    Sun_Flower Mum to 2 Beautiful Girls

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    I started a thread about this a while ago as my baby clicks sometimes when she moves - it's usually just their joints clicking as they get less and less room in there - me and OH are both very 'clicky' people anyway so we're not really surprised our LO is the same. The only thing you have to watch for is in case it's their hips that are clicking as that can be a problem when they're born, but midwives/ doctors check for all that when baby is born so nothing to worry over :)
     

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