How to stop baby hiccups?

Babies under 12 months commonly get hiccups, especially when they’re getting fed. Hiccups are not a reason for concern; babies are able to eat and even sleep with them. There are a few things you can try to help your baby from getting hiccups including feeding in an upright position and feeding smaller amounts more often. Burping can also help prevent hiccups.

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