How do lifestyle factors and exposure to environmental substances affect our cancer risk?
by markautz on Fri Jun 29, 2012 02:58 AM
any helpful hints to calm this
by SoniaM on Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:06 PM
my husband has been gone through hiccups INFERNO ,doctors and nurses could not find a way to calm it down,we found a remedy on the web try this : take a bottle of one of those energetic drinks and then with astrawstart to sip very close sips without breathing for at least 30 seconds .Apparetnly the combination of the energetic drinks and sipping with a straw makes the trick.My husbadn had hiccups for 11 days and poor man could not drink,eat or sleep he was knackered,try and let me know please.Good luck!!!
by eternalife on Sun Jul 08, 2012 11:15 PM
My husband had hiccups for several cycles while on his chemo. He was taking Xeloda, cisplatin and something else, he was given a drug to help him get rid of them, but the hiccups continued. He is now on a new chemo regimen, and no more hiccups.. he can enjoy his food a bit better now...
He found if he took seveal breaths and ate very slowly, it was not as bad.
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