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Dizziness, gas problems, fatigue. Taking rabiprazole. Have hiatus hernia. Any suggestions?

This is Andrea. I still have dizziness most in the afternoon, evening and night. I still have excessive gas (farts). I am taking rabozerople medicaition once a day. I also take Magnesium Glucoaste once a day. There is no improvement. I went to hopsital yesterday and the doctor said that all the tests are normal. I had a good sleep last night then I got up at 8am. I had a breakfast around 9am. At 915am, I started to feel tired and had a nap for half hour then I woke up. Then around 3pm. I went to mall to walk around and then I started to feel dizziness and tired. I also start to feel sore left foot (bottom middle) and sore left knee. I was diagnosised with endoscopy small hiatus hernia and two gastric erosions. Nothing has improved. I had dizziness from 3pm till 11 pm. I know when I go to bed all the dizziness and pains go away after I take sleeping pill. I am getting more more tired, dizziness. That is almost four months.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Since , you have not mentioned the age ?
Age factor is very important before any conclusion ( diagnosis).
The symptoms as, dizziness, farts , tiredness, fatigue all are an indication of hyper acidity ( hiatus hernia).
High protein diet develops gas & fart , so avoid this type of food.
Fried food,
,chillies ,
junk food,
Sweets ( candy)
All are responsible for gastritis, so avoidance will help you.
Tension is the main cause of above mentioned symptoms , so try to avoid tension.
Sleep inducing drug soothes you , that is a proof that you have anxiety and tension.
So consult a psychiatrist and get treatment and opinion.
Good luck.

Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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