'Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a digestive disorder that affects the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), the ring of muscle between the esophagus and stomach. Many people, including pregnant women, suffer from heartburn or acid indigestion caused by GERD

Hiatal hernias can they go away naturally?

Hernial hernias can they go away naturally?


Tünde Vágvölgyi
Yes! I didn't believe it, but mine has dissappeared! 😊

Brad Allen

Tünde Vágvölgyi
Brad Allen : I posted the excercise below. I didn't beleive it would help but I was so desperate that I kept on doing it. And the next control after a year show a big development! I must confess that it came with a lot of pain: I guess going back to its place came with some pain.

Tünde Vágvölgyi
These are my diagnoses before and after, though it is in Hungarian you can read the lstin part of it: second shows no hiatal hernia !
hiatal hernia
hiatal hernia

Denise Mager
No they do not. I had 2 & had a double surgical repair. And don't believe these utube videos I almost fell for it too & my surgeon told me you can do much further damage by doing what a utube video tells you to do.

Deana McRee
Hiatal hernias do not go away. You just dont see them in an endoscopy sometimes if the stomach is in its natural position. YoU can push the stomach back down but u must know how to do it without causing damage.

Cookie Primm
Can polyps on G. B. Go away.

Deana McRee
Cookie Primm.. I'm not sure. Sometimes they can break away and float in the gb. Then maybe be passed out like a gallstones would be if its not very big maybe. Ate u having any symptoms? Do u know the size? They can become cancerous but its not very common. It does need to be monitored to see if it grows.

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Matthew Etline
I got 3 endoscopies in the last 20 years. The first 2 showed it. The third didn’t. Doctor says they can slide in and out.

Bonnie Prickett
My doc said while they never really go away, they can shrink in size. I had a moderate sized one and it's now barely noticeable

Krista GP Eckland
No. They can shrink in size, but they do not go away completely.

Cindy Quesenberry
No sorry they do not go away. The reason is because the sphincter that connects the esophagus to the stomach weakens....becomes looser, and that doesn't ever get better. There is surgery, but let me just say that the recovery is pretty tough and many many times the surgery comes undone and you're right back where you started. I use to work in a hospital. Of course, it's always best to discuss it with your doctor.


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