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Itching in lower back when lying on stomach, random hiccups. Suggestions?

Hi, I'm Laila Abdel Ghany, 17
Whenever I lie down on my stomach to read or do whatever, my lower back -mostly- itches for about 5-10 minutes until it stops or I ignore it.. I'd just like to know what could be causing this.
And something else is those random hiccups I get. It'll just be one random (loud) hiccup every once in a while and that'll be it.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Dec 2015
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We understand your concerns.
Lower back itching may be due to some sort of dermatitis or miliaria.
Use some sweat powder after cleaning that area for a week or so and you will get good results.
Hiccoughs are due to the agitation or irritation of diaphragm.
This happens even when we are in sleep.
Random hiccoughs for shorter duration are normal and will subside with stomach exercise like bending.
Please consult a gastroenterologist if symptoms persists
Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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