Overcoming Hiccups After Surgical Suturing
yesterday I experienced a tear in a deep hand, then I treated until the operation room for suturing, in anesthetic is not self-conscious, today I have hiccups that do not stop, to treat it what to do?
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Hiccup is a condition of contraction in the diaphragm, vocal cords, larynx and glottis, causing air to enter suddenly. There are several things that can cause hiccups, including: problems in the brain such as stroke or lupus, peripheral nerve problems, abnormalities in the digestive system such as: increased stomach acid, postoperative due to the use of drugs, use of certain drugs eg: morphine, steroids, and azithromycin.
You can do a number of things to reduce symptoms, including:
consume ginger water stew
2 drink a glass of warm water until it runs out.
holding my breath
pull the tongue
close the nose
If your hiccup complaints are severe and run for 48 hours then immediately consult a doctor. Because if not done the right management, and hiccups that do not stop will result in: complaints, weight loss, insomnia, depression, and difficulty communicating
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