User Profile
3 months ago I was sitting and watching tv I got this burning sensation in the upper part of my stomach do to stress. I got real nauseous and went to lay down. After awhile I felt well enough to roll over on my back, just as I was about to doze off I jerked real hard and leaned forward. I felt something move across my upper abdominal area from the left to the right under my rib cage. It felt tender to the touch so I thought I pulled a muscle. So I rolled over on my right side. Soon after I could feel heat coming up from my stomach which was really strange. I got up the next morning and had trouble walking. The back of my mouth was blood red. My mouth felt like it was on fire. Can jerking like that cause a sliding Hiatal hernia. I still have tenderness in my upper abdomin when pressed on. The back of my mouth has cleared up a little bit but not completely. What did I do. I was completely fine the night before. Did I damage something by jerking like that. Haven’t felt the same since.


Did you find this post helpful?
|

User Profile
replied February 9th, 2019
Acid Reflux Answer A64798
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
Jerking doesnot cause hiatus hernia. I would suggest you to take proton pump inhibitors and domeperidone for two weeks and look for the response.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


|
Did you find this post helpful?
Tags: Stress
Quick Reply
Must Read
Almost everyone experience heartburn or acid indigestion at times. But what is acid reflux and how could it cause more serious problems?...
Can you tell the difference between common heartburn symptoms and signs of more serious digestive problems? Learn when and how to take action for acid reflux....
Heartburn is common, but it is not trivial. It's important to diagnose and treat heartburn or acid reflux as early as possible. Review diagnostic procedure now...
DISCLAIMER: "Ask a Doctor" questions are answered by certified physicians and other medical professionals. For more information about experts participating in the "Ask a Doctor" Network, please visit our medical experts page. You may also visit our Acid Reflux , for moderated patient to patient support and information.

The information provided on eHealth Forum is designed to improve, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own physician. Personal consultation(s) with a qualified medical professional is the proper means for diagnosing any medical condition.