A 41-year-old male asked:
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i had upper abdominal pain from last 2 months after eating,normal endoscopy and abdominal ct is reported that umbilical hernia.what are the pos causes?

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Umbilical hernia: usually due to weakness of the periumbilicial musculature, congenitial, traumatic ( common in weight lifters and contact sports activitis). Usually asymptomatic; however, pain and an increasingly enlarging hernia sac require immediaite surgical evaluation.
Answered on Feb 9, 2019

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