Video montage shows babies moving inside wombs
These heartwarming video clips show the expectant mothers get excited when they feel the first little flutters of their baby kicking.
Shared by Funny and Amazing videos on December 8, 2017, the babies are caught moving inside their mother's belly.
Some of the mothers couldn't stop their tears as they witness their bundle of joy moving inside their wombs.
The babies seem to be poking inside. They push out their hands and legs crazily.
The movements make the mothers feel closer to the tiny life inside of them.
This video compilation just shows that the miracle of life is absolutely magical.
According to WebMD, the little movements of the babies mean that they are developing.
The pregnant women usually feel the first movements, also called as "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of their pregnancy.
If this is their first pregnancy, they will feel the movements closer to 25 weeks. Some women feel movements as early as 13 weeks by the second pregnancy.
The babies normally move when their mother is sitting or lying down.
The expectant mothers feel butterflies and nervous twitches when their baby begin to move inside their wombs.
The movements become more distinct during the second and third trimesters. As the baby grows, their kicks also grow stronger and more constant.
According to a study, the babies move about 30 times each hour by the third trimester and are more active right as their mother attempting to get to sleep. They can also respond to sounds or touch.
Although there isn't any solid scientific evidence to confirm whether this method is a good indicator of the baby's well-being, the doctors recommend to monitor those movements to make sure the baby is developing normally.
The expectant mothers should also check with their health care providers to see what they suggest.