In the old days people with hiatus hernias
were told to eat bland or milky diets and to sleep with the head of their beds raised to stop acid flowing back into the gullet.
But, in fact, you're suffering from old-fashioned indigestion - and hiatus hernia
is probably the most common cause.
A hiatus hernia
can often be helped with a little osteopathic adjustment.
If we make progress with the irritable bowel syndrome, the hiatus hernia
might become better and, in turn, the migraines will ease up.
Ex-chip shop owner Brian, 58, was referred to the hospital by his GP in November, told he had a stomach bug and hiatus hernia
and sent home.
These include indigestion, heartburn, hiatus hernia
, gallstones, as well muscle aches and pains.
The results, reported in the journal Gut, showed that even in healthy volunteers, wearing a tight belt and being overweight caused a partial hiatus hernia
and acid reflux.
COULD ALSO BE: Inflammation of the stomach lining (gastritis) or the food pipe (oesophagitis), gastrooesophageal reflux, hiatus hernia
Sandifer synsdrome was described by Kinsbourne in 1964 for the first time in five children in whom different head and neck movements related with hiatus hernia
Unfortunately my hiatus hernia
wouldn't survive a belly flop" - TV chef Antony Worrall Thompson on why he did not take part in ITV diving show Splash
Iatrogenic diaphragmatic hernias are uncommon, with a handful of cases reported following hiatus hernia
repair and oesophagectomy .
I have been told I have a hiatus hernia
and I need to watch what I eat.