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Get hiccups when I rub chin
Not a problem really, but rare when I rub my chin in same spot both sides I get the hiccups. Always been that way.
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Hiccups occur because of irritation of nerve known as phrenic nerve which supply our respiratory muscle known as diaphragm. It is possible that your chin rubbing is irritating that nerve indirectly because of some indirect connections. It's just physiological and you need not worry
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