It's been more than 2˝ years since Jaime Molisee, a Florida woman with the case of seemingly endless hiccups, first made news, reported WJXT-TV in Jacksonville.
So what ever happened to her?
Molisee suffered from what she described as debilitating and relentless hiccups. She couldn't stop her hiccups, and every time WJXT visited her, it seemed to get worse.
And today, Molisee is still at it.
"Four years this month," she said as she hiccuped. "It's very painful."
Molisee said the hiccuping gives her headaches and chest pain. She takes medication, but nothing seems to cure it.
Doctors remain puzzled.
"They're still not sure what's causing it," Molisee said.
She said it has gotten a little better since the last time WJXT talked to her.
"It's gotten to the point where they'll come on for a couple weeks and then they'll go away," Molisee said.
But she said they always come back, though she's not letting the hiccups stop her from living her life.
Molisee said she's getting married in three weeks to her fiance Ryan Tucker, and the two just bought a house.
Her soon-to-be husband said he has no problem with her hiccups. He's used to them.