_sharax journal_ _a word or two or more about her journey day-to-day _what she thinks that she might not share verbally _what she amazed at, who she wrote about, when she experience it, where have she been, which she prefer more, how she express it_

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


nak citer...

smalam aku mcm risau2 gak...
sbb time nak tido...
baby mcm tersedu2 ke camana tah...
mcm sedu yang laju...
kelajuan die mcm kite punye heartbeat...

Q: Is it normal for my baby to be hiccupping in the womb?
A: 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.

Q: Why Do Babies Hiccup So Much In The Womb?
A: There has not been an overwhelming amount of research on fetal hiccupping in the womb, although there is some speculation as to why it happens. First of all, only more mature fetuses hiccup in the womb because their central nervous system is adequately developed in order to allow this to happen. It is believed that the fetus breathes in amniotic fluid or drinks it. When this happens and the amniotic fluid enters and exists the fetus lungs then the diaphragm contracts and hiccups results. Fetal hiccups appear to be extremely normal and almost all moms will feel the babies hiccups at least once if not on a regular basis.
Keep in mind that when you r fetus is hiccupping there is nothing wrong. You dont need to call your doctor or midwife, unless you feel something else is going on, and you dont need to freak out. Simply relax and enjoy feeling your baby move inside you.

Q: Hiccups inside the womb? (Yahoo! Answers)
A1: Your baby is practicing breathing within your womb. (Which causes hiccups.) Your baby is getting ready to breath on his/her own. (Breathing in air.)
A2: I'm not sure why they get the hiccups, but I do know that it is good for your baby when he or she gets the hiccups. Hiccups strengthen your baby's lungs!
A3: Well his lungs are developed and hes is "mock breathing" and im sure since he drinks all that amniotic fluid he gets like muscle spasms in the diapragm of his chest and it makes him hiccup...
amazing huh!.

oo rupenye...
huhu.. lega sket baca...
tapi cuak gak ni..
Week 30...
readers, mintak maaf awal-awal ye kalau saya ada salah silap... mintak halalkan termakan, terminum, semua ilmu-ilmu yang saya belajar..


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semuga semuanya selamat.. :)


Anonymous Anonymous typed...

:-) have a great n bless pregnency moment :-)))

and congrats. baru tau

kak watie



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