Well, I don't take myself seriously. Never said there was any difference. Besides, it's not like you didn't go by one that meant "bum" in Polish. I can't take you seriously for more than one reason, but that is one of them.
No, I'm definitely thinking about you. I even know what you look like. You're definitely the Phil I'm talking about. He's probably the only person I know who would go by the name of "Hicci". It's a stupid name.
Yeah, I don't trust doctors so... :lmao: It's certainly not a problem for them. You life is most likely not in danger and they're not the ones feeling uncomfortable. But when you get muscle twitches, you're given magnesium. Hiccups are basically muscle twitches. And actually, though fizzy drinks often cause hiccups, they can also help fix them, from what I've read.
Well, they should check then. :smilerolleyes: Why would a change of diet help? Have they run any blood tests? It's possible that the hiccups are caused by certain substance deficits. Also, I'm not sure, but magnesium might help. It's used when other involuntary muscle contractions occur.