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Having continuous hiccups after taking food. Which med can i take to cure it?

Actually my father is having continuous hiccups espescially after taken food which is uncontrolled by taking pacitane,serenace,gelusil and mucaine gel those are prescribed by cardiologist ,He is a known case ofrecently diagnosed Heart failure with LVEF-30%, Hernia not yet poerated,For better control of hiccuphs tab.ganaton will be helpful or have to take tab.raglan 10mg tds
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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cause of hiccups after taking food are-
Rapid eating and too much food ,
Carbonated beverages, alcohol, dry food, and spicy foods,
Gastroesophageal reflux , esophageal web ,
Temperature changes during the course of a meal may cause hiccups( example -Moving to an air-conditioned restaurant after spending time in the sun, for example, may result in hiccups)
Emotional stress commonly disrupts digestion, as it can cause muscle tenseness. Whenever the body experiences muscle tension that affects the diaphragm, hiccups will likely occur.

please discuss with physician ( discuss and investigate your father) about above causes

Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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