Reflux is a condition in which stomach acids surge upwards from the stomach into the oesophagus.
This is sometimes described as a harsh burning sensation.Treatment for reflux is normally approached in three stages:
- Lifestyle changes
- Drug Therapy
If surgery is required, this can be carried out laparoscopically (key hole surgery) or as open surgery (larger incision).
Recovery from a laparoscopic anti-reflux surgery is normally two to three days stay in hospital. Open surgery may require a six to eight day stay.
Stirling Road, Guildford, GU2 7RF
Please enter our full address into your satnav/phone GPS when travelling to our hospital, using the postcode alone may take you to the back of the hospital where there is no patient parking. To find the main entrance and car park please enter Stirling Road via Occam Road. If you have driven to our Hospital you are welcome to park in our car park free of charge. Our car park is managed by an external contractor so please remember to input your car registration on one of the terminals at reception. Please be aware that if this process is not followed, charges will apply.
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