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Home Remedies for HiccupsThere are numerous home cures for hiccups. You can try these methods at home to get rid of hiccups:Methods that cause the...
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Start with a gastroenterologist. In many cases, this can be "fixed" with a combination of medications and even surgery.
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Most of us know what a hiccup feels like and how to recognize it. In a medical setting, the diagnosis of hiccups is based on physical evaluation...
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A hiccup is a sudden, involuntary contraction (spasm) of the diaphragm muscle. When the muscle spasms, the vocal cords snap shut, producing the...
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Hi Try this site it may help, all natural stuff, some of it he may have tried, as some of it is things we all have tried.But you never know?The Link...
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Hiccups cannot always be prevented. Avoid overeating, eating too quickly, or drinking too much to help prevent hiccups.
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Because most cases of hiccups resolve themselves either spontaneously or with self-administered treatment, complications are extremely rare. In...
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Hiccups are common and usually harmless. However, prolonged hiccups can result in some awful and sometimes dangerous after-effects.  ...
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Sudden, forceful movement of the diaphragm, which causes the hiccup sound, is the only symptom of hiccups.
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Most of the time, there is no obvious cause for hiccups. However, there are some common known causes of hiccups. Some causes of hiccups...
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Hiccups just "happen", usually at the worst time. These innocent muscle spasms of the diaphragm can be triggered by eating or drinking...
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Most cases of hiccups resolve themselves in a short period of time and are rarely a medical emergency. See your doctor if hiccups last more than...
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Smoking adversely affects that stomach. For instance, smokers have a higher incidence of stomach ulcers, so it would not surprise me that your...