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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 2, 2010
  • 09:47 PM

I have now had the hiccups for one year and two months. I would say over this time I get anywhere from 10-40 hiccups a day. I always have them the worst when I eat or drink and I have lost weight due to the pain in my chest from them during meal time. I am also experiencing muscle spasms in my back that my doctor said could be related. He put me on anti-Nassau/ anti-vomiting medicine saying that that medicine has halted many of his patients hiccups. Well, no luck for me. I'm just afraid that there is an underlying problem I'm unaware of.

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  • For this kind of hiccup there is a wonderfull simple medicine ! It is a homeopathic remedy, you can buy almost in every country for under 10 dollars.Its name is Niccolum metallicum C30. C30 is the potency, the strength.C30 is strong enough but if you don't find this potency you can buy another one. (C9,C12, C15 or even C200). In some countries you find D potency, D30. It is alomost the same. Administration mode: suck 2-3 pellets from the remedy once and wait 3-4 days to see the effect. You might need to repeat it a couple of times, but it can be that one single dose is enough to cure this. If the first dose ameliorate, but did not heal, repeat the dose after some days. Usually 1-6 doses should be enough to cure it if the remedy is right for you. (there are some more remedies for that in homeopathy, but as I know for this long time hiccup, this is the main remedy.Good luck !
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