Female Doctors For Hiccups In Pakistan

Profile Photo of Internal Medicine Specialist in Lahore - Asst. Prof. Dr. Fahmina Ashfaq

Asst. Prof. Dr. Fahmina Ashfaq

Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician, Gastroenterologist, Diabetologist, Family Medicine

MBBS, FCPS (Medicine), MRCP (Medicine)

Experience

14 Yrs

Satisfaction

96%

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Rs. 1,500

Naseer Hospital, Garden Town, Lahore

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Rs. 3,000

Omar Medical Center, Johar Town, Lahore

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Rs. 3,000

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Dr. Saba Siddiqui

General Physician

General Physician, Aesthetic Physician, and MBBS

Experience

22 Yrs

Satisfaction

99%

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Rs. 1,000

Soha Medical & Dental Center, Gulistan e Johar, Karachi

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Rs. 1,400

Profile Photo of General Physician in Lahore - Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

General Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist, Gastroenterologist, Diabetologist

MBBS, MCPS (Medicine), MD Medicine, Doctorate Of Medicine In Gastroenterology

Experience

40 Yrs

Satisfaction

95%

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Rs. 4,000

Khan Clinic, Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore

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Rs. 4,000

Hameed Latif Hospital, Garden Town, Lahore

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Rs. 4,000

Profile Photo of General Physician in Lahore - Dr. Maryam Sultan

Dr. Maryam Sultan

General Physician

MBBS

Experience

1 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

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Rs. 800

Central Park Teaching Hospital, Kahna, Lahore

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Rs. 900 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

Profile Photo of General Physician in Peshawar - Dr. Gul Ghutai

Dr. Gul Ghutai

General Physician

MBBS

Experience

6 Yrs

Satisfaction

100%

Video Consultation

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Rs. 250

Profile Photo of Internal Medicine Specialist in Lahore - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somia Iqtadar

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somia Iqtadar

Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician

MBBS, FCPS (Medicine), FRCP (London)

Experience

17 Yrs

Satisfaction

97%

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Rs. 3,000

Cardiomed Clinic, Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore

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Rs. 3,000 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

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Dr. Sumayya Shabbir

Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician, Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, Family Medicine

MBBS, FCPS (Medicine)

Experience

10 Yrs

Satisfaction

99%

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Rs. 3,000

Cavalary Hospital, Cantt, Lahore

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Rs. 3,000

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Dr. Komal Junaid

General Physician

MBBS , , ( FCPS-1 ) *

Experience

3 Yrs

Satisfaction

100%

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Rs. 400

Profile Photo of General Physician in Karachi - Dr. Shumyla Khan

Dr. Shumyla Khan

General Physician

MBBS

Experience

3 Yrs

Satisfaction

92%

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Rs. 400

Meri Sehat Healthcare Hub, Malir, Karachi

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Rs. 500

Profile Photo of General Physician in Lahore - Dr. Ursha Shuja

Dr. Ursha Shuja

Dermatologist

MBBS

Experience

4 Yrs

Satisfaction

100%

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Rs. 300

Profile Photo of General Physician in Karachi - Dr. Rashmina Shoaib

Dr. Rashmina Shoaib

General Physician

MBBS

Experience

3 Yrs

Satisfaction

100%

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Rs. 1,500

Profile Photo of General Physician in Karachi - Dr. Uzma  Ambreen

Dr. Uzma Ambreen

General Physician

MBBS

Experience

11 Yrs

Satisfaction

73%

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Rs. 200

How can I find treatment of Hiccups?

Book an appointment with the best doctors for hiccups in Pakistan through Marham. We have enlisted the best hiccup specialists based on their qualifications, experience, location, and fees.

Introduction to Hiccups

Hiccups, a reflex action that occurs due to sudden and involuntary contraction of diaphragmatic muscles, causing a sharp breath intake—also, premature closure of vocal cords results, which produces a ‘hic’ sound.

Hiccups occur due to the involuntary and sudden contraction of the diaphragmatic muscle. 

Multiple factors result in hiccups, including eating quickly, an unhealthy diet, stress, or certain medication. Hiccups can be treated with medical or home remedies.

Usually, hiccups are self-limited and harmless, lasting for a few minutes. However, they rarely persist for days or weeks, signaling an underlying medical condition. In such a situation, it is important to seek medical advice. 

Types of Hiccups

Different types of hiccups have been identified, including:

  • Normal Hiccups: These are the most common types of hiccups, which occur sporadically, lasting for a few minutes

  • Persistent Hiccups: When hiccups last for more than 48 hours and are caused by an underlying medical condition like acid reflux, nerve damage, or respiratory problem, they are considered persistent hiccups

  • Recurrent Hiccups: Hiccups occurring periodically over a week or months and caused by underlying medical conditions are termed recurrent hiccups.

  • Intractable Hiccups: Hiccups that remain resistant to treatment and last for more than a month are intractable hiccups.

  • Psychogenic Hiccups: Hiccups caused by psychological reasons, including stress or anxiety, are categorized as psychogenic hiccups.

  • Reflex Hiccups: Hiccups triggered by certain stimuli like eating, drinking, stress, or underlying medical conditions are reflex hiccups.

In persistent hiccups, medical consultation must be taken to treat the underlying cause.

Symptoms of Hiccups

The following signs and symptoms are associated with hiccups:

  1. Repeated involuntary diaphragmic contractions cause a sudden breath intake and causing a ‘hic’ sound.

  2. Throat and chest discomfort due to diaphragmic convulsions, leading to breathing and speaking difficulty.

  3. Emotional stress, including anxiety and embarrassment due to persistent hic sounds from the throat.

  4. Sleeping difficulty leads to fatigue and other complications.

Causes of Hiccups

Certain factors can result in hiccups, including:

  • Consuming food or drinks quickly traps the air in the stomach, irritating the diaphragm and resulting in hiccups.

  • Carbonated drinks, including soda, soft drinks, and carbonated wine, contain carbon dioxide, which may irritate the diaphragm and result in hiccups.

  • Extreme emotional conditions such as stress or excitement may affect breathing patterns and result in hiccups.

  • Smoking may irritate and cause involuntary contraction in the diaphragm, contributing to hiccups.

  • Certain medical conditions, including Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Pneumonia, and neurological conditions such as brain tumors may cause hiccups.

  • Hiccups also occur as a side effect of certain medications such as tranquilizers, steroids, and anesthesia.

Preventions of Hiccups

To avoid hiccups, the following preventive measures must be taken:

  • Eat slowly with small bites and drink with small sips, avoiding air intake into the stomach.

  • Try to avoid or limit the consumption of carbonated drinks as they expand the stomach and increase the likelihood of hiccups.

  • Try to avoid or limit the consumption of spicy foods as their highly acidic nature may irritate the esophagus, triggering hiccups.

  • Manage stress through relaxation techniques, including deep breathing, exercising, and meditation.

  • Avoid conditions that may expose the body to sudden temperature fluctuations, for example, instantly entering into a hot or cold shower.

Resolve any underlying medical conditions that trigger hiccups and seek medical advice for conditions like GERD, breathing disorder, or electrolyte imbalance.

Complications of Hiccups

If not resolved or treated, persistent hiccups may cause complications as follows:

  • Persistent hiccups may cause dehydration by interfering with normal eating or drinking habits.

  • They may cause sleeping difficulty leading to fatigue.

  • By interrupting speech, hiccups result in unclear communication and breathing problems

  • Hiccups affect the quality of life by interfering with social activities

  • In rare cases, hiccups may result in an injury during physical activities, including weightlifting or swimming.

Diagnosis of Hiccups

Hiccups are diagnosed on the basis of the ‘hic’ sound and the time span of hiccups. A medical consultant examines hiccups by evaluating the patient's medical history and listening to the ‘hic’ sound. However, for severe hiccups, sometimes your medical health provider may require blood testing, X-rays, CT scan, or other medical tests to evaluate the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract or nervous system.

Treatment of Hiccups

Hiccups are usually harmless and resolve on their own. However, if they persist, you should:

  • Try home remedies, including breathing practice, exercising, gargling with cold water, and drinking water.

  • Seek medical advice for an underlying medical condition.

Consult the best doctor for hiccups in Pakistan. You can also book a video consultation through Marham to discuss your symptoms with the most experienced hiccup doctor in Pakistan.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The fee for specialists of Hiccups in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

Top 10 Hiccups Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nadir Khan
  2. Dr. Waqas Gondal
  3. Dr. Muhammad Nouman Anjum
  4. Dr. Saba Siddiqui
  5. Dr. Abid Ali Bhatti
  6. Dr. Abdul Munam
  7. Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed
  8. Dr. Maryam Sultan
  9. Prof. Dr. Akhtar Memon
  10. Dr. Sandeep Kumar

10 Hiccups Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nadir Khan
  2. Dr. Waqas Gondal
  3. Dr. Muhammad Nouman Anjum
  4. Dr. Saba Siddiqui
  5. Dr. Abid Ali Bhatti
  6. Dr. Abdul Munam
  7. Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed
  8. Dr. Maryam Sultan
  9. Prof. Dr. Akhtar Memon
  10. Dr. Sandeep Kumar