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    Springmama13 posted:
    im 36wks and my baby seems to shake/vibrate in the uterus. can babies have seizures in utero and does or did this happen to anyone else?
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    1WaterLily responded:
    I've never heard of babies having seizures while in utero. What about the hiccups? Two of my kids had the hiccups all the time, and it feels a bit like shaking or vibrating.


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