30 thoughts on “Hernia Hiatal Laparoscopic Surgery PreOp® Patient Education

  1. one problem that a hiatal hernia contributes to is '''Asthma''',. the hernia reduces the lung capacity interfering with natural breathing.bcuz the hernia interferes with the movement of the diaphram muscle

  2. since the hernia interferes with this movement, the person will be restricted to shallow breathing, and will resort to using the chest and shoulders in order to expand the lung capacity to be able to take a deep breath.

  3. sliding hiatal hernia, the results are not only symptoms of acid reflux, but also complications with breathing normally, and pain when exercising.

  4. without proper treatment complications of sliding hiatal hernia will only worsen, and lead to complications with normal breathing, keeping oxygen flow in the body, as well as complications with stomach acid leaking into the esophagus.

  5. as stomach acid refluxes into the esophagus, not only is stomach acid a continued problem, but youll also find that you are at risk for long term complications of the esophagus, including barrets esophagus, and cancer. while diet, mild exercise, can sometimes alleviate the symptoms of a sliding haital hernia. surgery for hernia repair is often necessary.

  6. if you are suffering from symptoms of sliding hiatal hernia that are not alleviated by light exercise, diet, or even medications, then it is important to find a surgeon that can repair the hiatal hernia with minimal complications. in many cases, surgery to repair a sliding hiatal hernia is of relative low risk, and can lead to immediate relief of pain, and an overall improvement in your health.

  7. PPI's promote bacterial overgrowth, and weaken our resistance to food-borne infections, and reduce absorption of vitamins and nutrients, bcuz there is no acid to digest the food, that also contributes to developing IBS, and other digestive disorders. when ppi's were first introduced it was recommended that they only be used for no more than 6 weeks. this drugs, not only dont address the underlying cause of the problem, but they make it worse.

  8. that means people who start taking them, usually end up taking them for the rest of their lives. and too little stomach acid causes indigestion and acid reflux. and nsaids/ asthma medication/anti-depressants/antibiotics/atnispasmodics/anxiety meds/narcotic meds, all weaken your lower esophageal sphincter, worsening your sliding hiatal hernia,and causing it too.

  9. i have athsma and im having adic reflux super bad. i also have a phobia of doctors and hospitals. i really dont want to have this surgery!

  10. I am 37 years old , I have born with hiatus hernia and still suffering and this lead to many other complications – acid and food refluxes, stomach bloating, stomach pain, back pain and also with excess anxiety. And all these years doctors have prescribed was acid reducers, beleive these pils only reduced my acid burn but with any of other symptoms

  11. I have had this since I was 5 years old, I was constantly sick and sick with blood , I had it really bad , I had the surgery at 7 and a few years later it stretched back because of me growing , at 14 my doctor basically told me to suck it up because chances of doing the surgery has high failure a second time , basically if your young don’t get it done because you will regret it

  12. I have bad effect even after the surgery. I have horrible belches and hiccups that are very uncomfortable. I cant throw up and relieve myself from an illness. It sucks.

  13. Read6 all comments,have taking ppl for 25 years, have had c-d, almost died with septic shock, only ppl work, 71 years old now. Don't know about operation.

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