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8% National Ambulatory Hernia Institute
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Gouldbj@aol.com wrote:

> A friend of mine had a severe HH attack which for the first time included
> vomiting or spitting up very foul bile and difficulty breathing.  The
> following day he had very bad chest pain (I thought from the severity of the
> HH attack).  He doesn't want to go for another GI series.  Should he be
> concerned about these unusual symptoms?  Will he experience these symptoms
> again in the next attack?  I would appreciate an answer ASAP as I am very
> concerned.  Thank you for your time.
>
> Sincerely yours,
> GouldBJ@aol.com
>
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