Can my unborn baby have hiccups and how can I get rid of them?

Sounds like hiccups! And no, you cannot do anything to get rid of them! They are actually thought to be a good thing - it indicates your baby is "practicing" breathing by swallowing amniotic fluid and "inhaling" it. It exercises the diaphragm. They can be annoying sometimes. My son can get them 3 to 4 times per day.

Balanced Body Method for curing hiccup

1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, knees bent, arms relaxed. 2. Close your eyes, and become aware of subtle forces on your body. 3. Allow your body to sway with the forces, arms floating and drifting. 4. Do this for 5-10 seconds, which is usually enough. Watching someone else do it also works.

Airline Steward Method for curing Hiccup

This is not recommended if you have back problem. 1. Find a straight back chair and sit down with your back fully pressed to the back of the chair. 2. Slowly bend over in the tuck position with your arms crossed over your body - the same way you would bend over when an airline stewardess instructs you to take when they say get in the crash position. Do this until you feel slightly uncomfortable. 3. Slowly squeeze your arms and try to squeeze your body and hold your breath for 5-10 seconds and release. 4. St...

Bartender’s Remedy for curing Hiccup

1. Place 4 or 5 drops of Angostora Bitters on a lemon wedge and bite into the wedge, sucking in the juice. Sugar may be added to the lemon to ease the taste. 2. Repeat until the hiccups stop.

The 30 Seconds Cure for Hiccup

1. Start by inhaling through your mouth until your lungs feel full (when it feels like you cannot inhale any more). For overall best results, try to do this as quickly as you can. DO NOT LET ANY AIR OUT. 2. Swallow. You are not really swallowing anything but it seems thatwithout this act, it doesn’t work. DO NOT LET ANY AIR OUT. 3. Now inhale some more. You don’t need to inhale a lot, but do get some more air in. It will start to get difficult to do this as you go, but keep trying. You obviously can’t suck ...

What causes hiccups?

Most cases are of short duration and seem to be without obvious cause. Sometimes it can be caused by irritation of the diaphragm or the phrenic nerves. Pleurisy, pneumonia, pancreatitis, alcoholism, hepatitis, or some disorders of the stomach or esophagus can sometimes cause this. They can indicate an imbalance in your system. When you have an imbalance, you are susceptible to various diseases which can settle in weak areas of your body. You can check to see if there is an imbalance in your system.

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