"I went to the doctors and I was told it was a part of pregnancy and a hiccup could be a way of getting air to your baby quickly. I hiccup every hour without fail - it's really loud it almost sounds like a scream. Some people have even said I sound like a dinosaur."
Lisa is afraid of going anywhere quiet, like the cinema and romantic restaurants. "I went to Bingo with my friends for the first time last week and let out a hiccup and they called off the game because they thought I'd shouted 'Bingo.' It was really embarrassing. I get some really funny looks from people but I try to laugh it off, usually blaming it on whoever is with me."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk3_t4ZXBt8 "But my family don't notice it anymore, for my daughters I've hiccupped their whole lives so they don't even bat an eye-lid when I do it now." Lisa had chest X-rays in February and an MRI in July, both unable to find the culprit. She even underwent a procedure called gastroscopy, in which doctors utilize a fibre-optic camera to view the gullet and stomach. This was unsuccessful as well. Though Lisa is happy to note her previous thoughts that her hiccups were linked to a brain tumor proved wrong, she is still living in fear that they will consume her for the rest of her life. "It's frustrating, I just want to know what's causing them there must be a reason for it. I'm going to keep pursuing it until I can find out what's causing them, I'm just at a bit of a loss as to where to turn now but I can't give up. When I'd had hiccups for four years, I remember hoping I wouldn't have them for another four. Little did I know I'd still be hiccupping today." What's the longest you've ever had hiccups for? Source: Daily Mail [caption id="attachment_117242" align="alignleft" width="100"] @BodyRockTV[/caption] [caption id="attachment_117241" align="alignleft" width="100"] @BodyRockOfficial[/caption]
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