People suffering from acid reflux have different
complications. Some may experience simple acid reflux attacks which can be remedied by medications or simple
exercises and diet modifications. However, there are those who suffer from acid reflux whose cases are severe
and the use of medications to relieve their pain seemed irrelevant to their situation. If you are one of these
people then there is a treatment that you can make use of.
reflux symptoms when not properly corrected can develop into a more serious condition. As a result,
reflux is even more painful for them as it was when it was still developing. In this video, the Detroit Medical
Center and Huron Valley – Sinai Hospital offers a new treatment that can help relieve patients from this
condition. With the help of modern technology and science, people can now get rid of their reflux for
Nissen Fundoplication is a
minimally invasive procedure that allows the upper part of the stomach to be wrapped around the lower end of the
esophagus. This is then stitched into place which helps in the reinforcement of the lower esophageal sphincter.
By doing so, this prevents the backflow of the stomach contents into the stomach which in return reduces the
discomfort that the patient feels when acid rises. This video will explain to you the whole process of this
surgery and how long will it take the patient to recover.
So if you are suffering from
severe gerd, you may want to consider this procedure. It doesn’t require open surgery yet it can work
effectively. If you don’t like staying long in hospitals then this procedure is also a good option since it will
only take a few days in the hospital and a week for you to be totally healed from the surgery.
There are many ways to
correct gerd. If could be through a diet, lifestyle modification or medication however if your reflux symptoms
is severe then you should go for the best solution. Not only are you able to free yourself from reflux for good
but you can start all over again and change your old lifestyle into a healthier one.
*Disclaimer: The information found on this
website should not be used as a replacement for
professional medical care for the diagnosis, prevention, or
treatment of reflux. Please consult with your general
practioner or pharmacist before attempting to use any
medication (prescription or OTC) or following any of the
treatment methods mentioned. This information is
provided solely to help you become as informed as possible
about the acid reflux condition and its