Thank you so much for helping me!
I am exsperiencing a dull ache in the solar plexis area. My pain is directly below the tip of my breat bone and about 3 inches above my belly button. I had normal colonoscopy (investigated all the way to the secum)about 2 years ago and and endoscopy about 2 months ago. I went b/c of the ache and a feeling of pressure in my thyroid area when laying down with head tilted forward. The endoscopy found a Hiatal Hernia my colonoscopy showed anal fissures (to which this day still bleeds frequently) ie; blood on toilet paper..
1. Is it normal to get frequent dull aches in the area described above with a hiatal hernia?
2. The constant slight bleeding of the anal fissures should I be worried?
3. Are there any other tests that I should do?
4. Should I check my small intestine?
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