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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Good evening, I had the duo endoscopy done today. When

Good evening,

I had the duo endoscopy done today. When I got home, I rested. When I awakened to stretch, my torso had this awful burning sensation. I thought maybe I had strained myself. Then I got up to go to the bathroom and it started burning again with each step I took. Why is this happening?
Sun, 7 Oct 2018
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