... works is Bactofen, and drink hot pepper sauce, and that for a short period of time. And at times I quit breathing and that's very scary. Would you please help me if you can, Thank you very much for your time, Charley Stark
I researched your hiccup problem and found out that persistent singultus (the medical term for hiccups) is not very common. Doctors will usually do one of the following: perform gastric lavage (massage) the carotid sinus in the neck-this smust only be done by a health care provider; DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO AT HOME ON YOUR OWN; or they can prescribe chlorpromazine or baclofen. If these don't work they will in rare instances do a phrenic nerve block since that controls the diaphragm. Hope this infop helps.
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