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Hiatal Hernia Problems After Gastric Bypass
Typically not. : Typically, having gastric bypass surgery would not cause a hiatal hernia, however, obesity could. The hiatus is a natural opening in the body. Being overweight naturally stretches at this opening, causing the opening to enlarge and eventually becoming a hernia.Like taking a styrofoam cup and sticking a pencil thru it and start turning the pencil. The hole gets bigger and bigger. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Are hernias & weight loss related? My boss had one after gastric bypass. I am doing ww to lose weight. I have a hiatal hernia too. Had lost a lot b4.
Anatomy: I do not get the question and am trying to understand it from your point of view. Being obese or significantly over weight increases the likelihood of all kinds of hernias. But, a hiatal hernia is very different than an umbilical or abdominal wall hernia. I see no connection between any kind of hernia and the ability to lose weight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have you ever heard of having something close to gastric bypass surgery for a hiatal hernia and acid reflex?
Yes: B"sd some recollection yes - case reports from the literature: Treatment of giant hiatal hernia by laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass - 2015 2 case reports. A review from 2012 described combined gastric bypass and HH repair in 48 patients - http://www.sages.org/wp-content/uploads/posters/2012/39402.jpg glad to discuss further ...Read more
After having gastric bypass surgery in December of 2016, I now have a hiatal hernia. Could this be the cause of slow weight loss?
Possible reflux: Many gastric bypass patients experience alteration in GI emptying due to their new surgical connections. When ingested food then regurgitates or refluxes, burning or chest discomfort may result. Talk to your physicians about whether an acid blocker medicine should be tried or further investigation is warranted. Typically, uncomplicated hiatal hernias do not alter efforts at weight loss however. ...Read more
I had small sliding hiatal hernia 4/12. 3/27/13 i was hit from behind in car accident with seatbelt on 4/2/13 had gastric bypass surgery; found large paraesophageal hernia.Can the accident cause this?
It is possible: It is possible, but difficult to know 100%. It would be helpful to know how large the hernia was at the time if you gastric bypass, something your surgeon would know. You should see your surgeon anyway to help guide you on what to do about the paraesophageal hernia. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Gastric bypass with hiatal hernia repair done wed-off painkillers-vomiting (no nausea) a fecal like material-more coming out then going in-cause?
See your surgeon: The cause could be something normal during the post-op healing from a bypass, but it could also represent a problem. If you are not able to keep yourself hydrated, then you need IV fluids and medical attention. I definitely recommend contacting your bariatric surgeon for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had gastric bypass in 2004. Recently found out I have a "small hiatal hernia". Could this be the cause of nausea, vomiting, stomach pain?
I had gastric bypass in Aug 2011. I have hiatial hernia. dr sending me 2 GI dr. is this normal after gastric bypass? what should I expect at GI dr?
Post gastric bypass and hiatial hernia surgery pain, tachacardic, and short of breath after eating along with pain in stomach and back diagnosis?
I had my lap out april.17 th 2012 band erroted developed hernia had the repair done feb.4 how long I should wait for the gastric bypass?
Consult with surgeon: Depends on your status. Do you still have a bariatric issue? At minimum, waiting 3 to 6 months after your ventral hernia repair is recommended. Okay to talk to your surgery team and your regular doc about the bariatric issue. Stay on diet in the meantime. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Had gastric bypass in '04, bowel obstruction in '09 & hernia in '12. Surgeries for each. 10/14 i started with upper ab pain, 10/15 vomited bile. Pain's constant 3/4 at times 8/10. What should I do?
5yrs chronic diarrhea every bowel movement watery, sudden, urgency, unbearable smell. Gastric bypass 5yrs ago. Partial colon removed, hernia 3yrs ago?
Could someone with a gastric band and a recurred hiatal hernia have a hernia repair and a gastric sleeve?
Yes: It isn't a recurrent hernia - although it could be. May be a slip or dilation. Recurrence of hernia or a slip indicates you ate too fast or wanted your band too tight or ate things that became stuck. Find out why it failed or you failed it first. Fix you before another procedure. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I am 3 months post op from the rny bypass. I have noticed my xiphoid process is swollen and painful to the touch. Is it a hiatal hernia?
If I get hiatal hernia repair and also want gastric sleeve surgery... does insurance ever let you forego the 6 months of dr-supervised diet?
No: Gastric surgery is only considered if doctor supervised weight loss plans have not been effective. ...Read more
Am 295lbs. Considering gastric sleeve so I can still take NSAIDs. I have GERD and hiatal hernia. Anything I should consider re: this procedure?
GERD and Sleeve: GERD can worsen after a sleeve , hiatal hernia must be repaired to decrease those chances, bypass is a considered better operation in patients with GERD issues however one can not routinely use NSAIDS after that and definitely no smoking . Obviously this decision needs lot of thinking and consideration of long term complications as well. Plz talk to your surgeon for further details. ...Read more
3 years ago an Endoscopy results showed that I have a Hiatal Hernia, Gastric Mucosal Erythema, Diverticulosis, a few Gastric Polyps should I be worrie?
No. Typically pain: Referred to the back will just cause back pain without radiation into the legs. There can be multiple reasons for that referred pain from the abdominal or pelvic region but pain in the back with radiation into the legs is most likely related to a primary spine issue like a disc problem. If symptoms warrant it, see your doctor or a physiatrist, neurologist, neurosurgeon or an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
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