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I have hiatal hernia, What can I drink or eat ?

The doctor thinks i have a hiatal hernia, im on nexium but doesnt seem to be helping much at all going for endeoscope nest week , i hear d marshmallows are good to eat and drink barley juice , is there anything else i can drink or eat , nothing yucky please lol (!) XXXXX By the way whats a tum ? ?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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A HH is a protrusion of your stomach up into your Esophagus...caused by a weakened ring at the cardiac spincter. Keep your liquids clears and non-acidic. Eat bland (non-spicy) foods, no greasy nor fast foods. If your have difficulty swallowing your gastroenterologist may want to do a dilation of your spincter. Ask him for a acid reflux diet. Marshmellows...never heard that one b4, barley juice neither. Tums comes in a roll and is an anti indigestion tab...if you use them and they work, you just may have acid reflux vs HH. Good luck on your appointment...GI John/RN
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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