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Esophagitis Hiatal Hernia
I have esophagitis and hiatal hernia. I have a irritating burping problem that happens after I eat. Usually a short burp. How do I cure it? Thank you
Medication: if you have known esophagitis and a hiatal hernia then likely you are already are on a medication like Protonix or Nexium (esomeprazole). If not, this kind of medication, known as a proton pump inhibitor, can be helpful. Eating more slowly and smaller, more frequent meals may help the burping after eating. If symptoms can be controlled with medication many times surgery for the hiatal hernia is not necessary ...Read more
A hernia is a hole in the abdominal wall thru which the inner lining protrudes thru, creating a sac. Organs from within the abdominal cavity, such as the intestine, can protrude thru the hole and get stuck in the sac. Many hernias develop during fetal life and become evident in childhood or as an adult. Some develop following a prior abdominal operation. The cornerstone ...Read more
Chewing food slowly: If you have fod allergies, i would consider a "food diary" and note if certain foods cause your symptoms (bloating, reflux of sour liquids, foods that stick and then cause exces saliva). You might experience pain with swallowing. I would chew your food well and to slow down. Enjoy the food and try to not talk too much while eating. ...Read more
None for hernia: A hiatal hernia is an anatomic abnormality where the opening in the diaphragm stretches out larger than normal, an the stomach physically gets sucked up in to the chest. Only the large ones are potentially dangerous. There is a lot of information about diets for gerd on the web, and at your primary care doctors office. ...Read more
I recently found out from an EGD that I have a 3-4 CM hiatal hernia and grade A erosive esophagitis. How can I have erosion when I almost never have heartburn? EGD was done due to only 2 weeks of it.
Is Hital Hernia Curable How Long i have to take medicines for it. I also have GERD with Esophagitis Grade A & Antral Gastritis. IS everything Curable.
Some curable: others manageable , if you follow your doctors advice , most of sliding hernias will not have symptoms , should be left alone with out surgery , only para esophageal type where only stomach herniates through require urgent repair as it may strangulate stomach , Most of time GERD s may not have hiatus hernia at all . ...Read more
Barium meal today was normal apart from small sliding hiatal hernia/ oesophagitis and mild duodenitis, h pylori was negative also. Still scared it is stomach cancer, is this a reasonable fear. 22 yr m?
Very unlikely: It sounds as if you have had a pretty thorough evaluation, barium swallow, upper endoscopy (egd). Given you age, lack of evidence of malignancy on egd, you should feel confident that this is not stomach cancer. Your gastroenterologist probably has you on some proton-pump inhibitor or histamine blocker. Give this time to work. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How much time is required to treat esophagitis grade A and Hitus Hernia. how long medicines are to be taken.
Try acid blockers: Most esophagitis will likely reflect injury from reflux of stomach contents (gerd) & should typically respond to acid blocker medicines. If you choose this route & you derive no relief after 2 weeks of acid suppression treatment, then seek medical evaluation since esophagitis may be more severe than anticipated, or due to a variety of non-reflux causes. But, hiatal hernias are not cured by pills. ...Read more
My endoscopy report says small hiatus hernia and distal esophagitis (grade c) with gastritis H-pylori +ve. ?
Dx with h. hernia and erosive esophagitis. Told to F/U in 4 wks, take omeprazole. Which type of pill, DR or regular? Btw I am not overweight.
Start w regular: Minimize alcohol intake. do not smoke. Don't lie down after eating, avoid large meals, avoid carbonation, and don't eat before bedtime. Antacid liquid or chewables can also relieve some symptoms. Usually reflux can be managed non-surgically. Keep in touch w your doctor. You may need repeat EGD in 6-12 months for follow up. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hv sliding hiatus hernia with gerd, esophagitis la grade b, duodanitis.I don't have any symptom now like heartburn etc.Does it mean, medication NT rqr?
Stay on meds: I would use anti-acid producing medication until you know the damage to your esophagus heals. This means another endoscopy. If the esophagitis comes back after healing and stopping meds, may need to consider an anti-reflux procedure which could be done endoscopically or surgically. Hope this helps, and you have a merry christmas! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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