hiatal hernia surgery

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hiatal hernia surgery

If you believe you have hiatal hernia symptoms such as: long lasting heartburn pain after eating – having a hard time swallowing – having excessive burping or belching when you have not eaten, you should consider getting an expert opinion to make sure these symptoms are really related to this particular condition. Some similar symptoms could be associated to other conditions and are difficult to differentiate without having an endoscopy examination. This test is done by introducing a flexible tube down your throat to examine the inside of your esophagus and stomach. A miniature camera is attached to end of the tube providing live images on a view screen.Taking this test usually last 15 to 30 minutes under amnesties.

hiatal hernia surgery

hiatal hernia surgery

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If you are diagnosed with hiatal hernia you do have several options before leaning toward the decision of going under hiatal hernia surgery.

Of course your decision will be based upon your condition. If the stomach has protruded somewhat lightly into the chest area, then you can consider changing simple things like eating smaller portions and changing your eating habits from 6 meals instead of 3 meals a day. Eat slowly and chew until the food in your mouth becomes liquid, some people might take this last piece of advice lightly, but if you do force yourself to change the way you masticate and develop a good natural chewing habit before swallowing you will benefit from the health result it will provide. Not only will you be healthier and feel better, but you will lose weight. This is probably one of the most underrated natural cures you can easily do, to alleviate just about any related issue concerning Acid reflux diseases.

However, if your condition requires surgery, then you should know this operation could be done with minimum invasive techniques. Always make sure the surgeon has done hiatal hernia surgery. I want to be very specific and make you clearly understand the importance of having the right surgeon for this type of operation. Not only should the expert surgeon has done this exact type of operation, but make sure he has done it a lot of times. Usually hiatal hernia surgery takes 5 small incisions, and sometimes the surgeon need to readjust the length of the esophagus. I will not go into specific details, what’s really important is to find an experimented surgeon who specializes in this type of operation, and if you can, try having another expert opinion before making a decision.

You should be aware that if you have a severe condition, then you might need typical standard operation procedures.

I am really here to help you, and if you need some type of good reference to follow, Dr. Stephen Cassivi has done this type of surgery many times. You can reach him at Mayo Clinic, 200 1st Street Southwest, Rochester, MN‎

Phone (507) 284-2511‎

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