Problems from hiatal hernia

Hiatal hernia

Hiatal hernia means that the aperture in the diaphragm through which the esophagus passes, is widened because of a partially-, or completely weakened diaphragm.

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Acid reflux and heartburn

In most cases, the root cause is a hiatus hernia, which means that the diaphragm is weakened. Being frequently troubled by acid reflux and heartburn affects your everyday life and sleep.

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Reflux disease (GERD)

Typical symptoms associated with reflux (GERD) include heartburn. It happens when the stomach slides up through the diaphragm so that gastric juice leaks into the esophagus. We explains why you get reflux and how to treat the root cause.

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Oesophageal catarrh (oesophagitis)

Common symptoms of oesophageal catarrh, inflammation of the oesophagus, are acid reflux and heartburn caused by a hiatal hernia. In this article, we explain the underlying causes, how to get relief and treatment.

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Problems with belching or gas

Problems with belching a lot or being bloated can be symptomatic of a number of issues. For example, a food allergy (lactose or celiac), poor digestion or perhaps repeated swallowing due to a hiatus hernia.

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