Alien Baby Looks Like It Is About To Burst Out Of Pregnant Woman's Baby Bump - Video
- The video was shared to YouTube by an unnamed French mother
- It shows her unborn baby jabbing her aggressively from inside womb
- Viewers have questioned its authenticity, but she insists it's real
A woman's video of her extremely energetic unborn baby kicking inside her bump has left viewers open-mouthed.
The unnamed French woman, who shared the video on YouTube and fondly referred to her foetus as an 'alien baby', is seen lying still as her stomach is stretched to the maximum by the squirming foetus.
Some commenters questioned whether the footage was even real, but the expectant mother insisted: 'Yes it was real. I didn't think he would do this when I filmed it. But it doesn't hurt at all.'
The eye-popping footage, which has been viewed more than 140,000 times, prompted a slew of astonished responses.
In it the expectant mum's belly ripples as her foetus shifts around before it begins to change shape with such force as the baby kicks and squirms.
'That's really impressive! I have never seen a baby move like that!' wrote one.
Others, like the mother, compared it to a scene from Alien - the 1979 film which sees extra terrestrial beings burst from the bodies of human hosts.
One wrote: 'I can’t believe that you had so much amniotic fluid that we can see clearly like that. Shocked, I know that we can often see waves or the bumps but at this point here I am shocked.'
Some commenters questioned whether the footage was even real, but the expectant mother insisted, 'Yes it was real. I didn't think he would do this when I filmed it. But it doesn't hurt at all'
Another viewer declared the footage both 'bizarre' and 'beautiful'.
According to WebMD, pregnant women start feeling movement in the womb at around 16 weeks, although it can be as late at 25 weeks.
By the third trimester, strong jabs from elbows and feet should be felt, as studies have shown the baby moves about 30 times an hour.
Activity can be felt more when the mother is sitting or lying down, and the baby is usually most active between 9pm and 1am.
At one point, the mother gently presses her rippling bump
Pregant women can feel more movement in the womb when sitting or lying down, and the baby is usually most active between 9pm and 1am
Viewers of the footage compared it to a scene from Alien - the 1979 film which sees extra terrestrial demons burst from the bodies of human hosts