Can You Feel Your Baby Hiccup in the Womb?

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hiccup in the wombI'm still in my first trimester and don't feel much movement (besides gas), but I've been hearing that some mamas-to-be can feel their baby hiccup in the womb.

There is something so darling about that.

In utero hiccups can actually happen starting late in the first trimester, but most women cannot feel it until the third trimester. Apparently it feels like a rhythmic movement. And it's normal -- nothing to be concerned about.

There are moms in the Pregnancy group who are talking about feeling their baby hiccup.

Have you felt any hiccups yet? If so, share what they feel like!

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