January 1, 2013 5:12am CST
My friend vomits when she eats and has a lot of pain on her stomach. she experience a burning sensation in her throat after she has eaten and stays nauseous. The doctor has put her on a second round of antibiotics. He told her not to eat after 18h at night. Why did the first round of antibiotics not cure the infection? You think that she might need an operation?
1 Jan 13
If it is an infection then the antibiotics may not have been strong enough. Now a hernia is not an infection, it needs a surgery to be fixed. So maybe she has these two confused. If it continues then I would go to the hospital, and get revaluated.
• Garden Grove, California
2 Jan 13
hi dee no antibotic is going to cure a hole in the w all of your abdomen called a hernia. okay she had an infection and got antibiotics and possibly needs more but i am going to have to have surgery and so is she eventually as a hole will not close with meds it has to be stitched up surgically.
• Montreal, Quebec
23 Jan 14
Dear dee777....The common symptoms of hernias include soft swelling or bulge under the skin. But the strangest part is that most of these hernias do not cause any painful symptoms.But however,if the area around the hernia is soft then sometimes you may feel pain or irritation due to sharp twinges!Infection may be caused due to some other reason.I dont think it has a relation to hernia.
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