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From North Mankato, Minnesota, USA:

My daughter gets the hiccups a lot when her sugars are on the low side. Do they have anything to with each other?


I've never heard of this, but the diaphragm is controlled by the autonomic nervous system which is involved in the response to hypoglycemia. So, a connection is not impossible.


Original posting 20 Aug 2002
Posted to Hypoglycemia


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