The child has been having hiccups for over a month now, intermittently, sometimes hardly at all, and sometimes almost non-stop all day.I'm not sure if this is the case, but I'd like to ask any doctor who knows about this to tell me.
There are many reasons for children to have hiccups, such as children usually eat faster, or eat irritating food and inhale cold air to produce diaphragm spasm, the lighter can appear intermittent hiccups, the more serious can appear continuous vicious rebellion or vomiting rebellion abdominal distension abdominal pain, individual will appear urinary incontinence.Therefore, you must let your child develop the habit of chewing and swallowing slowly, and the food should be moderate, so that your child does not usually eat spicy or cold food.
There are physiological and pathological hiccups in children. If there is no vomiting, it doesn't matter, it's often related to poor dietary relief and gastric disharmony caused by liver and gallbladder gas depression, so pay attention to adjusting the feeding speed and feeding time and try not to stimulate the stomach and intestines.The most common causes of hiccups are eating too quickly, sudden changes in weather, too much genetic water, and improper supplementation.In addition, you can also give the child a proper drink of water, take a walk, exercise, no other bloating and vomiting will not matter, if necessary, to the hospital.
For the situation you describe, if the child often hiccups belching indigestion symptoms, then it can not be ruled out that the infection of Helicobacter pylori caused by a symptom, you can go to the hospital for further examination in the case of drug treatment is not effective.