This question was answered on Thu 27, Jan 2011 11:12am by Dr Anant Paul

Have a new small fat containing umbilical hernia. Is this dangerous if nottreated? Also have a small suspected hiatal hernia - I do have some abdominaldiscomfort but can't figure out which one is casuing the problem. Can you helpme figure this out?

    
Asked by barbara914 (Female; 64; breast cancer 2001 DVT twice fifteen years ago; Relevant drugs:femera and coumadin ) on Thu 25, Feb 2010 01:38pm

Have a new small fat containing umbilical hernia. Is this dangerous if not treated? Also have a small suspected hiatal hernia - I do have some abdominal discomfort but can't figure out which one is casuing the problem. Can you help me figure this out?

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Answer by Dr Anant Paul  on Thu 27, Jan 2011 11:12am:

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