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Problems from hiatal hernia

Self-test – are your symptoms caused by a hiatal hernia?

Complete this simple online test in just three minutes and find out whether your symptoms are caused by a Hiatal hernia. Get an immediate answer of how likely it is that this is the cause. The test cannot replace a medical examination by your physician, but it gives a good indication whether you have a […]

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Hiatal hernia

A hiatal hernia means that the top part of the stomach slides up into the chest cavity. Common symptoms include heartburn, chest pain and the feeling of a lump in the throat. You can treat a hiatal hernia by strengthening your diaphragm with a simple daily routine.

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Heartburn – Symptoms and treatment

Heartburn is a common symptom that many people suffer from. On this page we go through the underlying causes and symptoms of heartburn, and provide tips on effective treatment so that you can be symptom free.

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Acid reflux – Symptoms and treatment

If you are suffering from acid reflux problems, you are not alone. Common symptoms of acid reflux disease include coughing, nausea and chest pain. But did you know that a simple daily routine can strengthen the weakened muscles inside your body and thus treat the root cause of the symptoms?

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Oesophagitis – Oesophageal catarrh

Common symptoms of oesophagitis, 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 or a bloated stomach can be symptoms of an oversensitivity or allergy to certain foods, upset food digestion, or bacteria. Or due to an excessive number of swallows due to a Hiatus hernia.

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Mucus in the throat and throat clearing

If you have thick mucus in your throat or you constantly clear your throat, then you have common symptoms of a hiatus hernia. Mucus in the throat is the body’s defence mechanism to protect the mucous membranes against the corrosive stomach acid that leaks out in event of a hiatus hernia.

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