Hiatal hernias are more common in women, people with obesity, and older than 50 years old.
Patients are needed to undergo one of the tests mentioned below to diagnose a hiatal hernia, including:
If you don't experience any of the symptoms mentioned earlier, you may not require treatment. However, if you experience acid reflux symptoms, report to your doctor, who may suggest medications to treat those symptoms, such as:
You may be required to undergo a surgical procedure if you have a fixed hiatal hernia so that your abdomen doesn't become obstructed. The surgeries required to eliminate hiatal hernias are called laparoscopy. Your doctor will make few incisions (5 to 10 millimeters) on your stomach and insert a tool called a laparoscope through these cuts to get a clear image of your abdomen. Such procedures are minimally invasive, reducing the risk of infection, pain, scarring, and guarantees faster recovery than traditional surgeries.
Made with the richness of natural herbs, Hernica®, Xembran®, and Acidim® are natural ayurvedic medicines that work in harmony to reduce inflammation, bloating, acid reflux, and maintain the pH levels in the body, all the while strengthening the digestive system to help provide relief from Hiatal hernia naturally.
Two tablets of Hernica® should be taken twice a day (post breakfast and dinner), two tablets of Acidim® should be taken a day thrice (post breakfast, lunch & dinner), and one tablet of Xembran® should be taken twice daily (post-dinner), respectively. All the tablets should be taken collectively with meals. The tablets should be taken for 6-8 months or as prescribed by the doctor. If taken within the prescribed dosage, Hernica®, Xembran®, and Acidim® do not cause any known side-effects.
Patients can notice visible effects within a month of the kit's usage, including reduced pain and discomfort, normal pH, smooth bowel movements, and a reduction bloating and regurgitation. Results may vary from individual to individual, based on the severity of the condition, lifestyle, dietary patterns, and age. Patients are provided with a diet chart to monitor the changes.