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wiccacelt79 posted:
A year ago I had surgery to repair a hiatal hernia and since than I become extremely nauseaous and have pains in my abdomen but I was told that I will no longer have the ability to vomit again. Is this common and what can I do about it> It makes no difference what I eat or drink but the nauseaous feeling is very uncomfortable. Will an enema help?
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Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi wiccacelt79,

I'm sorry that you aren't feeling well. While waiting for community members to weigh in with their thoughts I'd also like to invite you to visit our GERD and Heartburn Community board and our Heartburn/GERD Health Center to read articles about this topic.

Take care!

- Annie
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