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When an organ or fatty tissue compress through a weak spot in a around muscle or tissue known as fascia Hernia happens. The types of hernia are:

  • Epigastric hernia : is occurs in the epigastric region of the abdomen, which is located above the belly button and below the ribcage.If you have an epigastric hernia, you may be able to feel it when there is pressure on the abdominal wall, Like: when you laugh, cough, or bear down to have a bowel movement.You may also have pain or tenderness around the hernia.
  • Femoral hernia (outer groin) : This happen when tissue pushes through a weak point in the groin or inner thigh. The hernia feels like a small to medium sized lump in the groin.
  • Hiatal hernia (upper stomach) : This condition can occurs when a person’s stomach bulges or lumps through a weak point in the diaphragm, a muscle that separates the lungs from the abdominal organs.

If you have a hiatal hernia, mostly you have problems with acid reflux.

Few people are born with a hiatal hernia.

  • Incisional hernia (resulting from an incision): This Happens through an incision or scar in the abdomen
  • Inguinal hernia (inner groin): occurs at the inner groin.
  • Umbilical hernia (belly button): occurs at the belly button

 

  • The symptom of a hernia is a bulge or lump  in the affected area.
  • Pain or Discomfort in the area around the lump may also be present.
  • Heartburn
  • Difficulty in swallowing
  • Upper abdominal pain
  • Constipation

  • Family history of hernia
  • Obesity
  • Due to Pregnancy
  • Heavy weight lifting, straining, coughing, smoking
  • Chronic lung infections
  • Previous abdominal surgery can lead to a possible hernia
  • Collagen disorders

  • Hernias are usually symptomatic, so by repairing or treated them, you’ll get rid the pain or other symptoms.
  • Other benefit of doing hernia surgery, you are preventing problems in future with strangulation or obstruction that would necessitate emergency surgery to repair.

Hernia repairs are common:

Non-Surgical : - Your surgeon will see the hernia and make sure that it’s not getting larger or causing any complications. Even though surgery is the only treatment that can repair hernias, mostly surgical procedures are elective for adult inguinal hernias. Observant waiting is an option for people who do not have Problem or symptoms with their hernias, and if recommended by their surgeon.

Surgical :

Laparoscopic : - The surgeon makes some small incisions (cut) within the abdomen that allow surgical tools into the openings to repair the hernia. Laparoscopic surgeries are often performed with or without surgical mesh.

Open Repair : - The surgeon makes several incision near the hernia and the weak muscle area is repaired. Open repair can be performed with or without surgical mesh.

 

Patients should be help full to take any prescribed tablets for pain only if they need them. Avoid prescribing tablets that contain codeine (e.g: Co-codamol). Paracetamol is almost as effective. Other non steroidals (drugs: Naproxen, Voltarol) are fine providing there are no contraindications.

A slight rise in body temperature may keep continue for a day or so after the operation irrespective of the type of anesthetic used. After Operation the patient should do Bath Every day or else should do sponge bath every day.  Through plastic dressing will protect the wound and can be peeled off after 3-7 days. Clean bath water will do the wound/incision/cut no harm at all.

There may be damage and hardness or a sensation of a ‘rope’ beneath the incision (after an open mesh repair). In addition there may be swelling and discoloring in the genital region. This will all retreated in time and patients should be comfort. After a laparoscopic repair the patient may feel that the hernia is still there but this sensation further improves with time. Scrotal swelling can be alarming irrespective of the type of repair, specifically if the hernia was large or inguino scrotal, and again patients should be reassured. If the swelling is increases then a seroma should be evaluate which may need aspiration and contacting the surgeon is guided..

Infection:

Fortunately this is not common. The majority of wounds are ‘inflamed’ after surgery and antibiotics are not required. Many surgeons may give a single dose of an proper antibiotic to minimize any chance of infection even though this is not evidence based.

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Frequently Asked questions (FAQs)

  • Hernias, with the exception of umbilical hernias in newborns, do not go away on their own. It will get larger and more uncomfortable over time or it can develop complications if not considered hernia treatment. These can infect, block, or strangle your organs or tissue.
  • Neglecting hernia treatment for inguinal or femoral types lead to serious complications which may include:
  • Obstruction/incarceration: Nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, and a painful lump in the groin result when a portion of the intestine becomes blocked in the inguinal canal.
  • Strangulation: A section of the intestine is caught in such a way that its blood supply is cut off. In such circumstances, immediate surgery is required to avoid tissue death.

    There are two general types of hernia Treatments: 

    • Open hernia surgery

    • Laparoscopic hernia surgery

      • For recurrent Hernia surgery, Laparoscopic procedures are often more effective than open surgery
      • It is possible to inspect and repair a second hernia on the opposite side during the surgery

      • Minimal postoperative pain

      • Quick return to work and normal activities

      • Excellent cosmetic results

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          • The patient must stick to the doctor's diet recommendations and other instructions
          • Strenuous exercise should be avoided for at least 6 weeks after you've healed
          • Make sure to get lots of rest, as this will aid in your recovery.
          • If you need to move, cough, sneeze or stand, apply gentle pressure to the affected area before and during the movement.
          • Apply mild pressure to the affected area before and during coughing, sneezing, laughing etc.
          • Drink plenty of water and eat a well-balanced diet to avoid constipation because it might result in pain in the area affected.

            It isn't always avoidable. Sometimes it could be due to a congenital condition or surgery in the past. You can, however, avoid developing a hernia from other risk factors by making some simple changes in lifestyle.

            Guidelines:

            • Stop smoking

            • Avoid developing a persistent cough

            • Maintain a healthy body weight

            • Do not strain during a bowel movement or urination

            • Eat enough high-fiber foods to prevent constipation

            • Exercise to strengthen your abdomen muscles

            • Avoid lifting heavy weights

              Although there are no such home remedies for permanent cure, there are some things you can do to reduce the symptoms. The following are the things which can help you improve your symptoms by adding them to your daily routine:

              • Aloe vera

              • Taking short and light meals

              • Castor seed oil

              • Ice pack

              • Vegetable juice

              • Physical exercise

              • Maintain healthy body weight

              • Increase fiber intake

              • Quit smoking

              • Avoid spicy foods & heavy meals

                It's not always possible to prevent it as it can also be a result of hereditary disease or past surgery. Non-congenital hernias, which are the most frequent, can be avoided by taking precautions.

                Here are a few general prevention tips:

                • Maintain healthy body weight

                • Eat healthy and exercise

                • Consume fiber rich foods to avoid constipation

                • Avoid heavy weight liftings

                • beware of chronic coughing or sneezing

                • Stop smoking

                • Exercises to strengthen your abdomen muscles

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                        If you're experiencing symptoms of a strangulated or stuck hernia, consult a doctor immediately as strangulated hernia can be deadly.

                        Stuck or Strangulated hernias cause a variety of symptoms such as:

                        • Rapid increase in the size of a bulge

                        • Not going back inside the abdomen

                        • Fever & redness over the affected area

                        • Pain or discomfort that is sudden or severe

                        • Intestinal obstruction that causes abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, and vomiting

                          If left untreated, it can lead to life-threatening complications. If you have symptoms like nausea or vomiting, fever, or acute pain, you should seek medical help right away. Early medical attention and lifestyle adjustments can help to reduce symptoms. However, the hernia surgery is the best option for effectiveness.

                            • The patient must stick to the doctor's diet recommendations and other instructions
                            • Strenuous exercise should be avoided for at least 6 weeks after you've healed
                            • Make sure to get lots of rest, as this will aid in your recovery.
                            • If you need to move, cough, sneeze or stand, apply gentle pressure to the affected area before and during the movement.
                            • Apply mild pressure to the affected area before and during coughing, sneezing, laughing etc.
                            • Drink plenty of water and eat a well-balanced diet to avoid constipation because it might result in pain in the area affected.

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