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Old 05-29-2008, 02:30 PM   #21
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Re: Baby shaking/spasming in utero? PLEASE READ!

I too have felt this in previous, as well as this pregnancy but not all 6 of them. I was truly freaked out the first time I felt this with each pregnancy. Even this one, knowing that I have felt it before, knowing that I have healthy babies/children it still freaked me out.
The 'shaking' with this little has even been felt by my PD, it freaked him out too.

I hope your mind is feeling more at ease knowing this seems to be a normal thing with other mamas also.

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Old 05-29-2008, 11:11 PM   #22
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Re: Baby shaking/spasming in utero? PLEASE READ!

Before ours engaged, and realized he needed to move down, he'd do what I called the "aftershock of a cat running across a waterbed".. LOL I dunno what else to call it, but that is what it looked like. Sometimes he did it when I was awake, and sometimes when I was asleep.

What it was, is that he was frustrated he couldn't turn or move anywhere else but down, and he was pitching a fit in there.

Other days he'd have hiccups for anywhere from a minute to almost 30 minutes, and in the last few days, I SWEAR I felt him burp, becuase that was *not* my intestines.

Now that he's engaged, about the only thing he's moving is when he's turning or kicking or punching (very rare now), but he did get hiccups the other day while we were doing the CTG just to make sure things are fine... I just hope he comes OUT. :P
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