Can hiatal hernia or GERD give you chest-pain, arm, neck or jaw pains?

Maybe. Small hiatal hernia is usually don't cause any symptoms at all. Large hiatal hernias can cause chest pain, difficulty swallowing, chest pressure, weight loss, and anemia from bleeding ulcers. Arm, neck, and jaw are not typical. See your doctor for a history and examination to find out more.

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Can hiatus hernia or GERD give you chest-pain arm, neck as well as jaw pains?

Chest pain. It is possible to get these symptoms with gerd nd reflux especially if esophageal spasm coexists. It pays to be checked out however to be sure a cardiac cause isn't present. Read more...
Hiatal hernia. And gerd can cause heartburn, often mistaken for chest pain of cardiac origin. But it does not cause neck, jaw, or arm pain. So it is entirely possible that you have two origins of your pain, esophagus and heart. You need to see a doctor to make sure you are not going to have a heart attack. Read more...

Endoscopy showed I have a small hiatal hernia. Over the last two weeks I've had real bad chest pains, GERD, and nauseous. What could be causing this?

Small hiatal hernia. assuming that is the sliding type should not cause real bad symptoms. Ask your doctor to make sure there is nothing wrong with your heart, lungs, liver or gallbladder. Read more...
PCP visit. The symptoms may be due to GERD, but I would advise having your chest pain evaluated by a physician. This may include an EKG. Follow up is available online healthtap.com/DosanjhMD Code: NCYHPZ. Read more...

Hiatal hernia and pains in the chest, arm and neck. Reasons?

Likely Not related. Hiatal hernias cause gastro-esophageal reflux not neck and arm pain. Rarely hiatal hernias can get big enough that they can cause pain or other symptoms, but that is very rare. Read more...