A 32-year-old member asked:
gastritis, esophogitis, hiatial hernia and a low white blood cell count, what to do?
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General Practice 46 years experience
What to do?: A hiatal hernia with gastritis and esophagitis is not usually related to a low white blood count.Since this combination is generally unusual, a thorough evaluation and examination is essential. An evaluation by your primary physician as well as a consultation with both a gastroenterologist and hematologist may be necessary to sort things out. Start with and evaluation by your primary physician.
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General Surgery 31 years experience
GI consult: May be best to see a gastroenterologist for a consultation. Ok to try over the counter anti acid medication in the meantime. Hope this helps!
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Last updated Dec 22, 2014
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