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Question: Hello am 12weeks 4 days pregnant ..i hv frequent hiccups .what is the reason and how can i overcome from this?

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Answer: Hi dear, Hiccups in pregnancy won't indicate any issue,it is considered normal.due to shortness of breath or due to improper eating habits, hiccups tend to occur too often during pregnancy and can be avoided by being more relaxed and slow especially while eating and drinking.
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