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Hiccups: Causes, Risk Factors & Treatments - Healthline

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Sep 26, 2015 ... Hiccups are repetitive, uncontrollable contractions of the diaphragm muscle. Your diaphragm is the muscle just below your lungs. It marks the ...

Hiccups Causes - Mayo Clinic

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The most common cause of long-term hiccups is damage to or irritation of the vagus nerves or phrenic nerves, which serve the diaphragm muscle.Factors that  ...

Q.&.A.; Dangerous Hiccups - The New York Times

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Feb 22, 2000 ... Q. Can hiccups kill you? A. Ordinary hiccups, resulting from things like overeating and stress, are usually benign. But hiccups can indicate a ...

Hiccups - body, last, causes, Are Hiccups Dangerous?

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Hiccups occur when the diaphragm <sup>*</sup> suddenly contracts during breathing. The vocal cords quickly close, and an odd sound comes from the throat. Hiccups are ...

Hiccups (Hiccoughs). How to stop hiccups. Hiccups causes | Patient

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Short bouts of hiccups are common and harmless. Persistent hiccups (lasting for more than 48 hours) are rare. However, they need medical assessment ...

Hiccups: Dangerous or Just Annoying | Senior Correspondent: A ...

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May 7, 2013 ... Q: Are hiccups dangerous?Hiccups—sometimes called hiccoughs—are not dangerous themselves, and are rarely a sign of a health problem.

Hiccups: Click for Causes, Home Remedies and Treatment

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Nov 19, 2015 ... Information about hiccups causes like eating too fast, drinking to much, medications, and medical conditions. There are a variety of home ...

Hiccups-Topic Overview - WebMD

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What are hiccups?Hiccups occur when a spasm contracts the diaphragm, a large sheet of muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity.

Hiccups, Chronic - WebMD

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Apr 4, 2008 ... Important It is possible that the main title of the report Hiccups, Chronic is not the name you expected. Please check the synonyms listing to find ...