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Umbilical hernia
Hi I was recently diagnosed that I have a minor umbilical hernia. My primary care doctor told me not to see my general surgeon to get it checked. I'm having pain in my abdomen region and he also told me that I have rectus diastasis. Would rectus diastasis cause pain above my navel? It's more of a pressure pain than anything. Also excessive burp
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HELLO, YOU HAVE TO CONSULT A GENERAL SURGEON IF A SMALL HOLE TRAP ONE PART OF INTESTINE IT BECOMES BLACK THE PAIN INCREASED A LOT THAN DO OR DIEOS THE CONDITION. I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND THIS. PAIN MAY BE DUE TO THIS ALSO. O.K BYE.
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