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    stacywessel posted:
    my nephew was born in October of 2011... he gets the hiccups all the time... i was wondering if this is normal.
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    Allaya9 responded:
    Totally normal, their supposed to go away at 6 months, my little man's haven't yet (he just turned 6 months) but he certainly doesn't get them as often as he did.
     
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    shoxy responded:
    Totally normal, but if he is formula fed swirl the bottle don't shake it to mix it. You will notice they almost never happen if that's done.


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