All three of mine had the constant hiccups while i was pregnant. It is perfectly okay and it tickles a little in my opinion. All I can say is don't worry at all about it, in fact just sit back relax and enjoy it. It will be one of those precious funny little memories of your pregnancy and once he or she is born and they get the hiccups ( which they do often as infants ) your thoughts will go straight to when he or she had them in the womb and you will smile and say "You did that all the time in mommy's belly" Good luck with the birth and love that baby like there's no tomorrow!
I am having the same thing, but as far as I am aware it is normal for them to get it all the time. My SIL got it with both of her kids two.
I found this little bit of advice from the babycentre which is a really good cource for info:
Question: Is it normal for my baby to be hiccupping in the womb?
Answer: Yes. Fetal hiccupping is a normal phenomenon that's been felt by many pregnant women and has been observed on many an ultrasound. Your baby may have started hiccupping intermittently beginning in the late first or early second trimester, although you wouldn't have been able to feel the hiccups at that early stage.
My dd had the hiccups all the time in my last trimester! At least several times a day. My dr. said it was completely normal. She even had them quite often for the first few months after she was born and it made me think about when I was pregnant with her and she would do that. :)
Most of the time it doesn't bother me. I think it's sweet, my dd gets them quite often too. Several times a day and then skips some days. After she's born and she gets them i'll think to myself awwwww you were doing that in my womb!!! sooooooooo sweet!!!! :-)
thanks for answering :-) No I have not been nasious at all, now we do have a tummy bug going around in our house, I have a 8 year old daughter who has been sick the past week, but other than being sore and exausted i'm feeling ok. Hope you feel better soon keep in touch
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