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user posted image rA 15-year-old girl who hiccuped her way through part of January and all of February is hiccuping once again. Jennifer Mee, who hiccuped close to 50 times each waking minute for more than five weeks starting Jan. 23, began hiccuping again Thursday morning after a nose bleed, said her mother, Rachel Robidoux.

It occured during Mee's second day back at school since her first bout of hiccups stopped Feb. 28, said Robidoux."I'm at my wit's end," Robidoux said.

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TinaMarie

THAT IS SO FRICKEN SAD! I BET SHE IS SO MISERABLE AND SCARED.WHAT THE HECK IS GOING TO HAPPEN TO HER?ISN'T THAT BAD FOR HER HEART?

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Lt_Ripley
THAT IS SO FRICKEN SAD! I BET SHE IS SO MISERABLE AND SCARED.WHAT THE HECK IS GOING TO HAPPEN TO HER?ISN'T THAT BAD FOR HER HEART?

I have to agree with you. Miserable is the right word.

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ToxicLogic

Poor girl, someone needs to get her a glass of water, maybe scare her a little. You'd think that they could do something for her. Come on, we can go into space, but we can't find out how to stop hiccups? You can see where are good old tax money is going.

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mystery dude

This will make a really cool movie someday............ :o

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jesspy
This will make a really cool movie someday............ :o

yeah a hallmark movie lol

anywho she may need surgey or something

her diaphram seems screwed maybe an infection or she has hurt it some how or a reaction to something

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Princess Serenity

I saw this on FNC. And posted this in the other thread. Poor girl and her second day back at school. When it happened again.

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Raptor
You can see where are good old tax money is going.

If money was spent on trying to solve hiccups, even more people would be complaining about where the tax is going...

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Cadetak

I would literally go insane...I can't stand five minutes of hiccups.

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:PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR:

I wonder if she's going to go longer than five weeks this time? I hope not. Geez. How can someone fall asleep with rapidfire hiccups?

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g to the mac

Lol to the maximum extent of the word lol. i cant help laughing but i really feel sorry for her. she cant sleep or even have a converssation. when i thought about this, it seemed no longer funny to me.

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Harriet The Ripperologist
I would literally go insane...I can't stand five minutes of hiccups.

I guess you'd get used to it after a while. Poor girl - I hope she's OK. B)

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Raptor

It could be worse, if she was sneezing 50 times a minute.

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Vague
Poor girl, someone needs to get her a glass of water, maybe scare her a little. You'd think that they could do something for her. Come on, we can go into space, but we can't find out how to stop hiccups? You can see where are good old tax money is going.

lol...

yeah I wanna give my money to hiccup research :rofl:

That poor girl, she's going to strain something :huh:

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mfrmboy

Before she stopped the first time I read in an article that she didnt do it in her sleep.

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robbieb

i find it intresting that after an ose bleed she hicuped again i think that needs to be looked into further

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linked-imageA 15-year-old girl who hiccuped her way through part of January and all of February is hiccuping once again. Jennifer Mee, who hiccuped close to 50 times each waking minute for more than five weeks starting Jan. 23, began hiccuping again Thursday morning after a nose bleed, said her mother, Rachel Robidoux.It occured during Mee's second day back at school since her first bout of hiccups stopped Feb. 28, said Robidoux."I'm at my wit's end," Robidoux said.Mee was taken to the emergency room earlier this month when her hiccups returned. They stopped, though, and Mee felt it was safe to go back to school.During her first bout of hiccups, Mee saw an infectious disease specialist, a neurologist, a chiropractor, a hypnotist and an acupuncturist. She tried a patented device that is designed to stop hiccups, plus all the old remedies. According to the National Institutes of Health, hiccups can be triggered by anything from spicy foods to stress, and they can start for no reason at all. They're caused by involuntary contractions of the diaphragm, which causes the vocal cords to close briefly, making that distinctive sound.

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I heard shes all better now

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Jaylen

How the HELL does she sleep at night hiccupping like that??? And, all that hiccupping must be bad for her heart. She needs to have surgery or somethin.

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