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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I recently had an mri done for my midback region

I recently had an mri done for my midback region and it was discovered I have a moderate sized hiatal hernia. My mother recently had a hiatal hernia procedure done and is still healing slowly. My older sister and younger brother have the same thing. I am wondering if I should have the procedure done to correct this problem before it gets worse? I am 58 years old and I have had acid reflux for some time and recently hard time swallowing food, almost choking to death.
Sun, 13 May 2018
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