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Are hiccups a sign of poor digestive health?

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Dr. Ronald Kline
Surgery - Colorectal
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In brief: Not ususally

Hiccups are due to spasm of the diaphragm, the muscle separating the chest from the abdomen.
Usually they are caused by iiritation of the muscle and not by any digestive issue.

In brief: Not ususally

Hiccups are due to spasm of the diaphragm, the muscle separating the chest from the abdomen.
Usually they are caused by iiritation of the muscle and not by any digestive issue.
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Dr. Olaf Johansen
Surgery - Colorectal

In brief: No

Usually thet are signs of phrenic nerve irritation or diaphragm irritation.

In brief: No

Usually thet are signs of phrenic nerve irritation or diaphragm irritation.
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