Hiccups Medicines

When a person has hiccups, or singultus, the diaphragm undergoes several spasmodic contractions that repeat over the course of several minutes. The process occurs when the diaphragm muscle contract several times in succession and a good amount of air suddenly enters into the lungs. To stem this influx of air, the epiglottis or vocal cords abruptly close. This action creates a “hic” sound that is known as a hiccup. In medical terminology, a hiccup is called a synchronous diaphragmatic flutter (SDF).
Below we listed products that used to deal with Hiccups symptoms or may have Hiccups as side effect. All of them are in stock and may be instantly purchased through our online pharmacy website.



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