Semalam ada check up for 34 weeks lg 2 hari jer nak masuk 35 minggu. Nurse kata kepala baby dah dekat bawah, InsyaAllah boleh bersalin normal. Alhamdulilah setakat ni xde apa2 masalah lagi. Lepas ni dah kene checkup setiap minggu. Hoho minggu depan saya sudah 9bulan. Beg hospital x siap pun lagi. Nurse dah ajar cara2 beranak semalam. xde demo pun, dia cakap mulut jer.
Saya ckpla baby saya selalu hiccup. Pastu Nurse kata eh, mana ada baby hiccup, awak biar betul. Baby gerak je kot. Saya jawab "Betul, sebab saya leh rasa secara berkala. Kalau baby gerak rasanya lain". Nurse kata " Baby gerak je tu. Mana ada baby hiccup"
hmmmm.... tadi saya rasa baby hiccup lg, bila pegang perut pun rasa baby mcm terangkat sikit secara berkala. So saya google, dan memang ada baby hiccup dalam womb. Saya x pelik baby hiccup, sebab saya memang selalu hiccup. Tengah mengandung pun saya hiccup. Cumelnya hahaha (Poyo sendiri (*_*)
My Baby Has Hiccups!
Hiccups can be a big worry for many pregnant women and new moms. Why does their baby have them? Is their baby in pain from them? What can they do about them? Rest assured, most of the time the baby is not in pain, and the mother is more bothered by the fact that the hiccups have appeared, than the baby is having them.
Hiccups in Utero
Pregnant women often mention feeling their baby having hiccups while in the womb and wonder what causes this. These hiccups can start in the first trimester, but won’t be felt by mom until late in the second trimester or during the third trimester. Rarely do the hiccups bother the mother-to-be, however some moms might worry that it is hurting their baby.
The exact cause of your baby’s hiccups is unknown. However, many specialists believe that your baby’s hiccups may be helping to strengthen the diaphragm muscle in order to help the baby breathe both in the womb and once they are born. In many cases your baby will have the hiccups at the same time everyday.
Not only can hiccups be felt by the mom-to-be, but it can also be detected during an ultrasound and picked up on a Doppler while at the doctor’s office for a routine visit. After a woman has been assured that these hiccups are normal and are not bothering their baby, then they become something that can be looked forward to on a daily basis, much like their baby kicking.
Hiccups After Birth
If your baby had hiccups while in utero, it is very plausible that he will have the hiccups after he is born. Some babies that did not have them in utero may still have them after birth. Hiccups can start after birth as early as the day your baby is born. Like the hiccups your baby might have had in utero, these hiccups are generally not painful for your baby.
Hiccups after birth occur when the diaphragm muscle contracts causing your baby to take quick short breaths. Normally these hiccups go away after only a few minutes. If they are really bothering you, try burping your baby more often during feedings. To get them to stop you can try to feed your baby whether you are nursing or bottlefeeding. The constant sucking and swallowing can help that muscle relax and help the hiccups stop.