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Hiatal Hernia

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I also have a Hiatal hernia. This condition is caused when the abdominal organs start to poke thru the abdominal cavity and press against the...
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Not a all.....two different systems (one is respiratory; one is gastrointestinal)....and dozens of totally different symptoms and examination...
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I have reflux hernia and use Nexium40 mg once a day.At times I have to take 1000mg antacids or immodium afterusing the bathroom.  I try to watch...
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Absolutely. Known this from experience.
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Should you be concerned? Yes, if you are not able to eat without vomiting. You should discuss this with the GI specialist and give your acid reflux...
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Simple answer: Ask you doctor -- someone who is familiar with your case and medical history. While a small amount of caffeine may not be...
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If you have a hiatal hernia, you would most likely vomit or regurgitate if you hung upside down, but the weak muscle that holds your stomach content...
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Hiatal Hernia can make you feel like you have swallowed something the wrong way or make you get choked or a blockage while eating. It can cause pain...
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There are a few possibilities....First, there actually could be something caught in your throat, but this would take a thorough examination by an ENT...
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Many people with hiatal hernia, a condition in which part of the stomach bulges upward through an opening in the diaphragm, have no symptoms. But...
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The following foods are highly acidic and/or may weaken the lower esophageal sphincter, making it easier for stomach acids to back up into your...
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The following foods are low-acid-producing foods and should not aggravate your hiatal hernia symptoms: Bananas and apples Green beans, peas...
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A good way to enjoy the foods listed above is to cook them in a healthy way. Here are some heartburn-friendly cooking tips: Choose lean meats, such...
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In addition to making adjustments to what you eat and how you cook, modifying certain habits can lessen heartburn symptoms too, including: Do not...
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The hiatus is an opening in the diaphragm (a muscle separating the abdomen and chest) that the esophagus or swallowing tube passes through to reach...
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