Why Do Babies Kick in the Womb?


Babies kick in the womb for several reasons. They can kick because of the position their mother is in or reaction to sounds. They also kick when moving inside the womb or when they are stretching and flexing as they develop.
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Babies move inside the womb as they develop, stretching and flexing as they grow, reacting to sounds, their mother's emotions, foods the mother consumed, and the position their mother
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Why Do Babies Kick Inside the Womb?
You'll usually feel your baby kicking inside the womb around the fifth month of pregnancy, according to [What to Expect](http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/ask-heidi/week-21/baby-movements.aspx). Thin women and those who've had previous pregnancies... More »
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