2 months old baby

Question: My baby gets more hiccups, that time he won't drink milk that hiccups last for longer time,is there any problem with that?

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Answer: Hi dear yes u shouldn't feed ur baBy when doing hiccup. Also make sure that do keep ur baBy upright when having hiccup. Baby has hiccup at dis age as baby tummy ia getting increasing
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