Can a hiatal hernia cause nausea?

Unlikely. Hiatal hernias do not usually cause symptoms. In some cases, though, hiatal hernias cause stomach acid to leak into the esophagus. This is called acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux, and it can cause symptoms, including: ?burning in the chest, known as heartburn ?burning in the throat or an acid taste in the throat ?stomach or chest pain ?trouble swallowing ?a raspy voice or a sore throat.
GERD symptoms. Symptoms of gerd can include epigastric pain, regurgitation, bloating after meals and nausea. Hiatal hernia is often seen with gerd, but patients may have a hiatal hernia but not have gerd.

Related Questions

Can a hiatal hernia cause nausea after eating?

Nausea. Nausea is a non specific symptom with multiple causes, dehydration, bad gallbladder, hernia, and yes hiatal hernia. Nausea after eating is one of the bad gallbladder symptoms. Okay to get evaluated by your regular doc, ask for imaging, gallbladder ultrasound. In the meantime stay on a low fat diet and increase your oral hydration. Be well. Read more...

Can hiatal hernia cause visual peristalsis? If not, what can cause that? I have pain in stomach, heartburn, nausea, weight loss.

Pain, heartburn, . The symptoms you describe indicates that you need to see your primary doctor sometime soon to try and determine the cause of your symptoms. Your doctor may need to refer you to a gastroenterologist. Don't delay too long! Read more...

Gastric bypass with hiatal hernia repair done wed-off painkillers-vomiting (no nausea) a fecal like material-more coming out then going in-cause?

Call your surgeon. If more is common out than going in, you could become dangerously dehydrated. This is an urgent matter. Hope this helps! Read more...
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 more...

Suddenly for several weeks now I've had a sharp to dull stabbing pain on the left side of my upper abd. W/nausea. I do have a hiatal hernia any ideas?

Needs a workup. There are so many conditions that could be causing your pain that an evaluation is necessary. My guess would be intermittent entrapment of your hernia but UGI xray and endoscopy are definitely in order. Read more...
Stomach disorder. You may have hiatal hernia, gastric ulcer or acute gastritis. Check with a gastroenterologist if the symptoms continue. 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?

Complex problem. Not enough information to answer. Small hiatal hernia would not give you symptoms. Gastritis could be secondary to h pylori. Needs biopsy. Read more...
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 more...

My wife had surgery for hiatal hernia repair and gall bladder removal 2 days ago. She has constant nausea- how long should this last?

If only 2 days post. Op, ; with no pain, just a couple of days more ambulate if you can- my spouse was actually laid up for over a week with post op symptoms. Read more...
It will probably ... Resolve in the next few days. 2 days postop is still very early postop -- the stomach and intestines may still be somewhat sluggish. Her surgeon should be able to prescribe some kind of anti-nausea medicine. If it continues to be a bothersome problem, follow-up with the surgeon. Read more...
Pain medications? If you are taking pain medications, they may cause nausea. However if this is not the case and the problem has been present for more than a week or getting worse at any time, do check with the surgeon asap. Read more...