Hiatal Hernia Treatment Causes, Symptoms and Measures

Nov 30 13:15 2016 Raju Mehta Print This Article

Hernia is an in vivo disorder in which stomach herniation takes place that may result in pushing of abdomen towards the chest. Some of the major symptoms of Hernia are anaemia, regurgitation, heartburn and chest pain. Read on to know more.

Hiatal hernia can be defined as stomach herniation into the chest,Guest Posting as thorax is pushing up from the abdomen towards chest cavity. The problem occurs through a small opening of the diagram which is known as diaphragmatic oesophageal hiatus that opens into the stomach. Hernia treatment can vary as per severity level and type of disease.Causes of HerniaThe exact reason of hernia is not known till now. They are usually grown due to weakened muscles of diaphragms near the oesophageal region of the alimentary canal. It is usually observed that pregnancy also enhance the chances of hernia due to intra-abdominal pressure over thorax and abdomen.Symptoms of HerniaType I Hernia is symptomless; some of the common symptoms associated with this disease are as follows:

  • Chest pain
  • Heartburn
  • Chronic cough
  • Anaemia
  • Regurgitation
  • Difficulty in swallowing

Regurgitation: Food remains in the hernia region of abdomen and return back into the buccal cavity through oesophagus. Type II and Type I hernia usually leads to mechanical obstructions in anterior part of the oesophagus that results in regurgitation after having meals. Chest Pain: The chest usually takes places after having meals and travels towards breast bone that may lead to severe cardiac pain.Anaemia: Anaemia is one of the most common symptoms and people with type II diabetes usually suffer from this complication. The reason for development of anaemia is ulceration and damage to the epidermal lining of gastric gland that due to firmness in stomach near oesophageal hiatus.Heartburn: Patients with hiatal hernia usually suffer from reflux complications and heartburn issues after having meals at nights. Patients with Type II hernia usually suffer from this problem with high acid reflux state. Hernia can be diagnosed with various methods such as CXR, video esophagram, thorax endoscopy, oesophageal pH study and oesophageal motility study.Hernia treatment in IndiaIf you are diagnosed with hernia then it is better to consult best hernia surgeon in India for zero complications after the treatment. Professional surgeons usually perform Small sliding hiatal hernia, large sliding hiatal hernia and Para oesophageal hernia. Minimal Invasive SurgeryThe innovative development in laparoscopic field has resulted in repair of damaged and ulcerative cells of the guts by minimal invasive approach which involves introduction of 5 minimum incisions. This procedure is known as Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication and it is usually performed in major hospitals of the country.

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Raju Mehta
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If you are suffering from Hernia, consult Dr. Shirish Bhagvat. He is an experienced laparoscopic surgeon who is practicing in this field for more than 25 years. He is one of the pioneers in Laparoscopic surgeries in Mumbai since 1992 and is an expert in Gastrointestinal Laparoscopy like Gall BladdersHiatus Hernia, Appendix, Spleen, Inguinal Hernia, Laparoscopy for Small & Large Intestine. Visit their website to know more.

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