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Gastritis Duodenitis Hiatus Hernia
I've a hiatus hernia and a gastritis which give me terrible nausea. Which food do I need to avoid absolutely?
22 years old. I had a gastroscopy yesterday and biopsies were taken also. Found out I have gastritis and hiatus hernia. So scared. Can it go naturally?
Medication: Your symptoms can be relieved with prescription meds pending biopsy reports: very treatable. Get examined and tested. ...Read more
Anti-acid therapy: Sounds like you need some antacid therapy to start. This should help both the gerd symptoms and the gastritis. Make sure to ask if you have H. Pylori infection as a cause of the gastritis. This needs to be treated with antibiotics as well. Forget about the hiatal hernia unless it becomes very large. Hope this helps! ...Read more
My endoscopy report says small hiatus hernia and distal esophagitis (grade c) with gastritis H-pylori +ve.?
I've a gastritis, hiatus hernia and irr. Bowel. When I eat I've strong nausea with air reflux inside mythroat. After that, I'm starving. Am I any probems?
I'm diagnosed with hiatal hernia and body gastritis. Its difficult for me to do my sprinting and to lay down. Is there any link to what im diagnose?
Possibly: If it continues, or gets worse you should go see your doctor. ...Read more
I'm taking hydroxycut caffeine free but I have gastritis and hiatal hernia will that make it worst?
You will lose weight: HydroxyCut is guaranteed to help you lose weight! Yup, you'll lose a bunch of weight right out of your wallet!!! Don't waste your money on this junk that does nothing ate best and at worst could harm you if you have other medical conditions. If this worked, every physician in the world would be pushing it, the fact that we don't should tell you something!!! ...Read more
Find out why this is: Work w/ an integrative doctor to find out why your body is responding like this. Try an elimination diet for a month, add back foods one at a time, one per week, keep a food and symptom diary. Many people are intolerant of gluten and dairy or something else and can feel much better when they identify what foods and stressors trigger attacks. Dgl (deglycyrrhizinated licorice) can help gasrtitis. ...Read more
I am stil having problems with gastritis, hiatal hernia went from 4 to 5, does that me it is growing? Been taking Nexium (esomeprazole) since sept 2013 and no change,
Hiatal hernias are not malignant and spread- or "grow" in that sense.
They do enlarge or expand as tissue stretch.
Scarring and strictures can occur so gastroenterology evaluation and egd can help clarify.
Reflux treatment is important as well as elevation of head and head of bed when lying down, small meals nothing late or right before bedtime, and medication. ...Read more
I have gastritis & a pea sized lump in my epigastric, left ab area. An ab u/s last week showed that I had some ab lipomas. Hiatal hernia or cancer??
Do not get carried away. You have not indicated anything that would make me think of hiatal hernia, If this is true this is a dx that may not mean much Many people have these with no problem, Can be important to go back to your doctor or see a GI specialist for interpretation of the test results and futher advice.
Best wishes. ...Read more
Sharp pain behind middle of ribs. Lost 30 lbs Was diagnosed with gastritis and hiatal hernia. GBEF came back 7% they suggest removal of GB. Thoughts?
Diagnosed hiatal hernia & gastritis. Upper back pain every other day. Anti acid not working for pain. What to do?
Type and symptoms:
Hiatal hernia is a very common issue and finding especially in over weight population. Mostly it does not require any treatment unless it becomes symptomatic. Also it has a different types.
All depends how bad is symptoms and type of hernia. In those case surgical intervention and treatment is needed. ...Read more
I had an ulcer, it healed. I'm still getting consistent nausea. All that seems to be left is a small hiatal hernia and gastritis. What gives?
Unknown: Nausea is a very nonspecific symptom. It is not related to your small hiatal hernia, but could be from the gastritis. If the ulcer recurs, ask you GI doctor about zollinger-ellison syndrome, an uncommon tumor that produces excessive amounts of gastrin, a hormone that produces acid. Also, gastroparesis is another uncommon disorder diagnosed by nuclear medicine gastric emptying study. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Been taking prescribed meds for diffuse erosive gastritis, h pylori & hiatal hernia for a month but it doesn't seem to help. Anything else I can do?
Need doc: Assuming these diagnoses were made with appropriate imaging and are correct, then you need to inform the treating doctor. "plan b" may be in order. Were you instructed to modify certain life style issues such as drinking alcohol and smoking and you didn't? The medications need help from the patient. Monitor your stool for black tarry stools which are a sign of bleeding in esophagus and/or stomach. ...Read more
Endo result-mild gastritis, small hiatal hernia (wat is it, how does it happen, treatment?). Says wait for pathology report 2 weeks (4 infection)?
Inflammation&Hernia: Mild Gatritis means there is mild inflammation in the stomach. It is easy to treat with acid suppression therapy like Prilosec or ranitidine and as acid is reduced it will get better. Stomach is in the adominal cavity normally separated from the chest cavity by diaphragm. When part of somach protrudes through the diaphram into chest cavity, it is called Hiatus Hernia.Wait for Pathology&H pylori report ...Read more
I was diagnosed with hiatal hernia, GERD, and erosive gastritis. Why do I feel the pain only on the left side of my upper abdo and back, not center?
The location: Of your stomach is in the left upper part of your abdomen. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with gastritis, hiatal hernia, & he saw some blood. A biopsy was done. I take low dose aspirin at bedtime. Could this have caused it?
I've been diagnosed with hiatal hernia, diffuse erosive gastritis, and h pylori infection. Are there other remedies aside fron the meds and diet?
Meds are better:
The conditions you describe are serious. Diet and over the counter meds may help some. However, the prescription medications - antibiotics and acid lowering mediations are safe and effective. They will help you and have very low side effects. Serious complications can occur from what you have. I'd recommend seeing a doctor again and do take the medications.
Feel better. Peter wilk, md. ...Read more