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Question: My baby is 1 months old, getting hiccups daily, Is it normal?

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Answer: Yes, overfeeding is a common cause of hiccups. If the stomach becomes too full, this can trigger the diaphragm muscle to go into spasms. When breastfeeding, try slowing down feedings, and stop and burp your baby as you switch from one breast to the other. Psince burping can get rid of excess gas that may be causing the hiccups. Burping will also help because it places your baby into an upright position. also it goes on their own you can also wait for the hiccups to reduce on it's own.
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