Hiatal hernia surgery uk

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There is a doc here who specializes in Hiatal Hernia's. Thank you very much on this valuable information on the surgery. The Hital Hernia really is taking a major toll on me with all the pain, weakness, faitgue. Feel like a 27 year old trapped in an 85 year old mans body! Yes, no alcohol, no NSAID's. Have elevated the bed.Getting to it. Thank you very much again. Happy Holidays! Take care.
Usually, I have bouts if I haven't been avoiding certain foods. I also have a Hiatal Hernia. There is no need for surgery in my case at this time. Have you had an Upper Endoscopy done to rule out Gastritis or Esophagitis? Wait and see what the results are; I wouldn't obsess about "what ifs" at this time. Meanwhile, I would recommend notifying your physician about your increasing pain, etc. and that you are not able to get any real relief.
I am a 29 yr old male, 5'11, 190 lbs... very athletic. I do not smoke. In 1999, I had an EGD scope as the result of some reflux symptoms. The doctor discovered a hiatal hernia and "reflux esophagitis". He suggested surgery to me at that time, but I felt that was too agressive and opted to take 20mg Prilosec for awhile to see what it does. All of my GERD-related symptoms have disappeared since that time.
so not like being in a ward...not sure they still have those, do they?..lol... Oh my, does he have a hiatal hernia? If he has a sliding one the drugs and meds used for surgery may be affecting him....see about this and if it is a sliding hernia they may be able to manually manipulate it .....also some probiotics may be helpful, talk to his drs. I hope u get answers on the hiccups.
Could the `early` cramping and diarhoea symptoms be mistaken for colitis.I also have a hiatal hernia which appeared about the time as the vasomotor symptoms,and have been taking lanzoprazole for some time.I feel i had been having igg intolerance problems for many years leading up to this as the test proved,but the vasomotor symptoms were something else.Incidently the mannitol recovery rate of the test was within limits.
, i am a 30 yr woman in the uk.. I have just been told i have a hiatal hernia about 3cm.. the pain started with a night of violent vomiting back in Nov 2012, since then i have been unable to walk, run or stand for very long without being in pain.
where can i find out more about this hiatal hernia/vagas nerve problem?? i have similar problem but it only happens at nite. When i mentioned this to my gastro doc,he does not know what it is,he just think constipation could cause headache. how exactly does hiatal hernia cause pinched nerve??does the gas inside the stomach pinch the nerves??does it cause the stomach to expand??
Also had colonoscopy and endoscopy which revealed a lesion in my colon, which turned out benign and a 4cm hiatal hernia. So IBS was diagnosed but with hx of cancer in family, wants to keep an eye on. 1998 started bleeding all the time with bladder infections. One would end another started, Put me on cipro for over a year. Don't think that was so safe considering the antibiotic problems today. Went on cranberry juice which helped significantly. Was able to come off meds in time.
whereas dairy is generally eaten several times a day and can in fact slow the LES so to me, limiting when u ate the dairy may help. I too have a hiatal hernia, however mine does not slide.The fact u like the more holistic approach, have u looked into diff ways to manipulate ur hernia? I know not all agree with the method...but it may work for some....and may be worth the try...there r some chiropractors that can do manipulations to move the hernia so it is not as bothersome....
It is time to see a GI dr. Yes, the hiatal hernia could cause a lot of your symptoms. However, the diarrhea really isn't one of them. You need the good ole scopes from both ends to help find the cause. You could also have an ulcer from the acid. If you are not seeing a GI dr, I would ask around and find someone who is recommended by a lot of people. It is really time to get to the bottom of your troubles.
Unless u find a chiro that knows how to manipulate the hiatal hernia so it is less of a bother.....not too many do this...so u have to check around. Do u know if ur thyroid issue is auto immune?..Hashimoto's is common with those of us with chiari so I wonder...Hashi's can go either way hyper or hypo..right now I am hypo...but over the yrs I had unexplained weight loss so that is when I must have gone hyper.....
I have had endoscopy, stress test, echo and CT of my lung and so far all have come back normal except for my hiatal hernia. All the docs seem to think it is the source of my problem and am being treated for it now. I am a heavy weight lifter and now my heart rate zooms while doing heavy weights. I feel a burning sensation in my left pec which radiates into my lung feeling when I press on it. I am scared and that compounds my problem too........I will keep you posted.
since the surgery I can eat something and blow up with gas that makes the hernia worse than before the operation (minus the heartburn) I cannot burp to releive this gas. I cannot vomit at all. I had the flu and for a week I needed to vomit and could not. The surgeon who preformed the procedure said that I would not have to take any medication again. Since I was getting the same symptons my gastro.
In 2000 my doctor found I had a large hiatal hernia. I had laproscopic surgery to correct my hernia. I no longer have any heartburn but still have the cough and mucus. I did notice that when I eat ketchup or some type of acidic food I get the cough and mucus but sometimes even drinking sweetened ice tea will give it to me. Any ideas?
It could also be hiatal hernia. Treatment is a combination of drugs to reduce the acid and lifestyle changes. You will need to take a combination of medications (under medical supervision) like a proton pump inhibitor such as omeprazole, lansoprazole or pantoprazole empty stomach in the morning and an antacid gel after meals for complete relief. Possibility of H pylori infection too should be looked into by a carbon urea breath test and a combination antibiotic tried.
H2H have much less side effects than PPI, but feeling that you need the H2H i believe is due to hiatal hernia, i confused these aches and pains of gastitis and haital hernia with a stomach acid problem for a long time. Try weaning yourself off Zantac slowly, and just take an alka seltzer on a bad day if the acids start to reflux into your esophagus.
I did have this problem periodically before the surgery, but it seems to have gotten worse since the surgery. I am going back to my doctor on Thursday of this week, but he is away and I will have to see the PA. I am glad that I found this site and to know that it's not all just in my head. I have been under a lot of stress in the last 3 or 4 years, and I still am, and my mother tells me that it's probably stress related, but I'm beginning to think it's more than that.
I have DDD, spinal stinosis, a Hiatal hernia, acid reflux, Ehlers -Danlos, tethered cord and Hashimoto's thyroiditis....I think that all of em....lol.... I hope u can get ur symptoms under control...I do understand ur frustration.
CT scan for my sinuses. Endoscopy result - hiatal hernia and erythema in the stomach. Everything else came normal. All came normal. I have exactly the same symptoms. Does your coating produce bad breath? I'm guess it does. My dentists didn't use a dental dam while doing the root canal. Did yours?
- probiotics Manage Stress - yoga, breathing exercises, meditation, exercise Check for Hiatal Hernia PH of your body - get it checked and it needs to be alkaline, NOT acidic. Lots of water, with a PH higher than 7.5 Fast - it does make you feel better - I think the body is toxic which is a factor Do a cleanse - followed by probiotics. I am soo glad we are all here to help each other.
I was wearing a smaller size than I ever have in my adult life---and I have had 9 children. this happened during the year before I needed the carpal tunnel surgery, that ended up getting me sent to an endo. I also have times when my badder "flushes" similar to diabetes insipitus----this is another thing that makes me suspect a pituitary problem----besides the fact that I have had low cortisol and low ACTH and a failed stim test---but then had levels that were normal later.
I do belch and hiccup. Any time regardless whether you ate or not. I think it has to do with hiatal hernia. I do deep breathing excercises every day. I noticed that I belch and hiccup less.
I was told it is probably from reflux or hiatal hernia. But I have no heart burn whatsoever. I went to the doctor who told me I have ashtma. I have no symptoms of asthma. The doctor put me on an expensive Advair type inhaler for $120 a month which just made me cough more. Other inhalers did no good either. Some days I clear my throat all day long and try to cough something up. It's like there is something down there that just won't come all the way up.
I had tonsilectomy 2 weeks prior the click started and I feel that this click is the after cause of the surgery. Of course ENT will say that everything is fine, because he is the one that did the surgery... I keep touching my wind tunnel and pushing it with my fingers to the right, something clicks, then after I swallow next few times there is no click and then it comes back again. Very tired of this clicking sound... Don't know if it ever will go away.
I am so glad to find this page and to see others with the same symptoms as me. I had an endoscopy the other month, and I also have a "hiatus hernia" in my stomach - no idea if that is linked to my condition or not but thought it worth mentioning.
Shen then told me that I had a hiatal hernia, and maybe a high percentage of acid that could cause my pains. In April, I went out and had two drinks with my husband. I wound up in the bathroom with diahrea (like water), and vomiting, and stomache pains that went right through me. I was in sooo much pain! I then had another attack about a week ago right after I ate a meal and it lasted about 45 min then I was fine!
For the past few years I have been experiencing night-time numbness and tingling of my right hand (thumb, index and middle fingers) during the Fall and Winter months. This year it has been particularly bad with no relief for several hours each night and there is extension of a dull tight pain above and below the elbows and in the upper right arm and the tingling sensation may even extend into the right side of my back.
One doctor said it was my hiatal hernia and gas. I have had the echo cardiogram, and worn a holter monitor twice, wouldn't you know, all the readings were great. It seems like every time I wore the monitor, my heart behaved fairly well, but, after it was taken off, it would act up again. I am thinking about going back to college this Spring, but, I am petrified to do anything.
27 Fm mother of 7 year old boy. Had Hiatal Hernia surgery in Sep 03 to relieve acid reflux. lost 20 lbs in 3 months. Then in May of 04 I wake up nautious and vommiting, diareha then ER. take out GB fine for 2-3 weeks. June - Aug 04 lost 70LBS!!!! I went from 220 to 105 in less than a year. GI said it was physcological, she said it was very physcical, he dont know then. They have given me every med on the plant. I still have no appetite and vommit bile every morning!
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