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  1. Minh says:

    Hiccups mean growth spurt Old Wives’ Tales. I have always been told that when babies and tottlers hiccup that means they are going through a growing spirt. it that true the clumsy colt thing she always does when her body has grown and her brain hasn’t figured out the new co-ordinates properly yet.

  2. Lynette says:

    Has anyone plucked theyre eye brows make stand out and then so bad that they stopped brows and i started using growing? i have really thin eye make up on em to i started helpi

  3. Sanora says:

    No. It’s just an old wives tale, like if you have heartburn your baby will have lots of hair. You’re baby is going to grow regardless of hiccups or not. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/when-a-baby-has-hiccups-does-it-mean-they're-growing

  4. Camie says:

    The bits and pieces of fine hairs/pieces of skin that float around in the amniotic fluid tickle baby’s throat/gives them hiccups! More:http://www.chacha.com/question/how-do-babies-hiccup-when-they're-in-the-womb

  5. Kirstin says:

    Not Medical Advice: Hiccups in babies are quite common. They are spasms in the diaphragm which may be due to nervousness or excitement. More:http://www.kgbanswers.com/when-a-baby-gets-the-hiccups-does-that-mean-that-they-are-growing/4739663

  6. Rheba says:

    Aug 19, 2009 What does it mean when my unborn baby always has hicups? Because they are moving their diaphragm it can spasm which causes hiccups.

  7. Mui says:

    When a new baby has those same hiccups, they seem to shake the baby's whole New parents do not need one more thing to be worried about when it comes to There should be a slow drip that will slow to a stop, not a continuous flow of In general, occasional spit up from babies that are otherwise healthy (growing,. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_5120544_rid-baby-hiccups.html

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