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What are the consequences of a diaphragmatic muscle spasm?

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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Hiccup

The common hiccup (hiccough) is simply a repetitive spasm of one-half of the diaphragm. Incomplete respiration and chest pain.
The condition although painful and annoying, is rarely long-standing or serious.

In brief: Hiccup

The common hiccup (hiccough) is simply a repetitive spasm of one-half of the diaphragm. Incomplete respiration and chest pain.
The condition although painful and annoying, is rarely long-standing or serious.
Dr. Edward Smith
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Dr. Robert Knox
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Diaphragmatic muscle

Diaphragmatic spasm = hiccups.

In brief: Diaphragmatic muscle

Diaphragmatic spasm = hiccups.
Dr. Robert Knox
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