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Heartburn. Endoscopy shows haitus hernia. Prescribed antibiotics, belching, hiccups. Permanent cure?

hello doctor since long time i am facing problem related to heartburn i consult doctor and he suggest for endoscopy and found to be hiatus hernia not major only minor he prescribed me some medicine for 20 days but now i am still facing heartburn problem after taking meal and any other thing i feel lots of belching and hicup and heartburn i dont know what should i do can i remove it completely please suggest me daily i am walking but no improvement
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

In such cases when treatment brings no benefits, laparoscopic surgery might be a remedy for you. Such surgery is performed with a camera and tools inserted into the abdominal cavity throughout small holes and diaphragm gets sutured. Before surgery it is necessary to perform 24-hours esophageal pH monitoring needs to be performed.
So if you find medicines are not helping at all, you should visit a surgeon.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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