Like a lot of people have said, it's nice to know I'm not alone in this weird hiccuping thing. I can't seem to find a reason why I have them because they seem perfectly random. I hiccuped so many times this weekend while I was visiting my sister but today I haven't hiccuped once. That rules out eating or drinking as a cause. I haven't had a single surgery, not even dental. I'm completely clueless though I do have a possible theory.
I was having some bladder issues (i.e. sudden urge, leaks) and went to the doctor for that and they said I had a kidney infection. I took some stuff for that and still have issues. I've seen that people said something about kidney problems and wanted to know if this sounds similar. If it does, this and the hiccups might be a problem.
I really hope someone finds something out. While my friends and family think it's funny, which it kinda is depending on the situation, I am a little concerned. (Just had first hiccup of the day.) Good luck to us all!
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