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Light: Eat light, non-greasy foods after any surgery until the effects of anesthesia wear off. 24-72 hours. If you are taking narcotics for pain you will want to continue this with increased fiber and fluids to avoid constipation. Once off of the pain mess you may resume your normal healthy diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Localized burning pain in stomach(just on small area), belching, feels like food coming back up my throat.This happens after i eat. Ulcer, hiatal hernia?
Sounds like GERD: It sounds like you are suffering from gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease). Regurgitation can be a component of gerd. An ulcer or gastritis are possible as well, but check with your regular physician or see a gastroenterologist for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a belching problem doctor wants me on a non wheat and no foods with milk help its a delma don't know what product I can eat migh be hiatal hernia?
Good point: There are many causes for belching. A no wheat no milk diet can be an unnecessary inconvenience unless you are intolerant of gluten and lactose. Have tests been done to rule out other causes? If you have reflux esophagitis, sometimes called a hiatal hernia, there are more effective eats to solve your problem. Discuss this with your doctor, please, and good luck! ...Read more
Everything I eat = nausea. Have hiatal hernia. Had diarrhea, dehydrated, got IV fluids. Stomach hurts after eating. Took 1000mg Tums. Still pain. :(?
Gastroenteritis: Following a viral intestinal tract infection with nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, it isn't unusual to develop a type of irritable bowel pattern with cramping and abdominal bloating. Post eating abdominal distress may indicate some residual gastritis. Avoid harsh roughage,caffeine and spicy foods. Take mylanta after meals. See your MD if significant abdominal discomfort persists. ...Read more
I was told i have a hiatial and umbililical hernia...i havent been able to eat nor drink anything since sunday, nothing is staying down?
Seek immediate help: See MD ASAP or go to ER ...Read more
Ive had a 2cm hitial hernia for 2 years, I'm 96 pounds and everytime I eat it feels like food gets stuck. Medicine doesn't help. Is surgery an option?
One option: Alexis, surgery is an option, however you must weigh the risks and potential complications of undergoing surgery before proceeding. A 2cm hiatal hernia can certainly cause problems with eating, you certainly need to rule out other GI issues before having an operation that is irreversible. Continue working with your GI doctor, or ask for a referral to an esophageal specialist first to be sure. ...Read more
Whatever works: Generally, only large hiatal hernias called paraesophageal hernias cause problems eating. It is usually a problem with all solid food however, so if you find something that works, stick with it. Surgical repair is the only option for a resolution. Small hiatal hernias do not have any special dietary requirements, and usually do not require an operation. ...Read more
Everytime i eat i get upper chest pain..I do have a small hernia...Is that causing the chest pain.
Unlikely: Large hiatal hernias would be likely to cause this. These are also known as paraesophageal hernias. Small hiatal hernias are usually not of much consequence, but could get larger over the years. Also, spasm of the esophagus could cause the pain. This is diagnosed with manometry where a small tube goes through the nose and into the stomach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I never used to go to the bathroom regularly maybe once every 3 days, but now I am going 5 or more times a day and i only eat once to twice a day. What could be wrong? I do have a hiatal hernia.
I have 2 1/2 weeks left on my recovery from hernia surgery, will I ever be able to eat normally again?
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Can Hiatal Hernia resolve on own? if I lose weight (5'3) and 150 lbs, and if I eat better? I cant stand the pressure it gives me .
The hernia: is actually a defect through which a portion of your stomach protrudes through an opening in your diaphragm causing heartburn or gastric distress. I agree that weight loss is a smart idea to relieve symptoms and the use of acid inhibitors like Pepcid, (famotidine) Zegerid or Prilosec will help. ...Read more
Had hernia mesh repair 7days ago. Anytime i stand,walk,eat,use bathroom(#2) i get these charliehorse type of pain above/around the site. The entire a?
Hernia repair.: I would expect that you would still have pain one week out from a hernia repair. If the pain is worsening, if you see any signs of infection, or if the pain does not gradually improve over the next few weeks, I would speak with your surgeon. You should be slowly improving at this point. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a fist sized umbilical hernia
It causes alot of pain - and for the past week I've had issues walking, now I cant eat without experiencing pain
Fix: You should fix it soon. It sounds like it is time before it gets strangulated. Www.Drlugo.Com ...Read more
Hi i had a very large diaphrmatic hernia repair , and a nissen wrap. I've had problems since , i eat very small
meals , instant pain , large swelli?
Recent surgery?: If your surgery was recent ( within the past month), you will gradually improve over the next few weeks. If it has been a while, you need to be checked promptly to made sure there is no slippage/ reherniation, mesh erosion, or other complication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Eating smaller, more frequent meals can improve your hiatal hernia symptoms. Keep a food diary to make sure you don't overeat. Also try to eat only at meals, and avoid empty calories in snacks. Lastly, try to avoid caffeine and alcohol, which can significantly worsen reflux symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I eat something that might bother my GERD symptoms in moderation? Will it make my hiatal hernia larger?
What foods can you eat if you have both an Ovarian Cyst, hernia and two spotings on the kidney and bm area organ?
Healthy foods: I don't know of any foods that would affect an ovarian cyst. But definitely it seems that a lot of your health issues come from abdomen area. Make sure to eat a lot of fiber. I'm likely kale salads right now. Blueberries are another super food that's in season now. But fiber to keep your intestines regular is #1. Also stay well hydrated with water in these summer months. ...Read more
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