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What is Hernia?

It is a condition in which an internal organ or other body part protrudes through its muscle or tissue wall that typically holds it in place. The majority of hernias develop between the chest and the hips, in the abdomen.

There are many hernia surgery methods available now for us to get out of it completely and thanks to technological advancements.

 Causes and Risk factors of Hernia:

Though some have no known cause, most are caused by increased pressure within the abdomen. The following are all known risk factors:

  1. Congenital Defect
  2. Weakened muscles
  3. Physical exertion
  4. Obesity
  5. Pregnancy
  6. Straining during Bowel movement or urination
  7. Chronic lung disease 
  8. Fluid in the abdominal cavity
  9. A previous Hernia repair or other surgery
  10. Chronic coughing (or) Sneezing
  11. Aging
  12. Damage from an injury or surgery
  13. Fluid in the abdomen, or ascites
  14. Cystic fibrosis
  15. Smoking 
  16. Premature delivery or low birth weight

Symptoms of Hernia:

Symptoms vary depending on the type. However, some of the common symptoms are as follows:

  1. Bulge in the groin or scrotum
  2. Increased pain at the bulge
  3. Pain while lifting
  4. Increase in the bulge size over time
  5. Feeling bowel obstruction
  6. Heartburn
  7. Trouble swallowing
  8. Chest pain
  9. A heavy feeling in the abdomen due to blood in the stool
  10. A burning sensation at the bulge
  11. Weakness or pressure in your groin
  12. Difficulty in swallowing
  13. Shooting pain
  14. Vomiting
  15. Constipation
  16. Pain and swelling around the testicles
  17. pressure, a cough, heartburn, and difficulty swallowing
  18. shooting pain, vomiting, and constipation

Types of Hernia:

The following are some of the most common types of hernias discovered in people:

  1. Inguinal 
  2. Femoral 
  3. Umbilical 
  4. Hiatal (hiatus) 
  5. Incisional 
  6. Epigastric 
  7. Spigelian 
  8. Diaphragmatic &
  9. Obturator hernias

Diagnosis of Hernia:

The diagnosis is often made through a physical examination by your doctor. When you stand up straight, hernia swelling can be seen; however, it can be felt if you place your hand directly over it and press.

To understand the condition more better your doctor may suggest imaging tests after physical examination  like:

  1. Ultrasound
  2. CT Scan
  3. MRI Scan
  4. X-rays (or)
  5. Endoscopy

Inguinal hernia: Causes:

Inguinal hernia occurs when the intestines or fat from the abdomen protrude through the lower abdominal wall into the inguinal or groin. It can be classified into two types: indirect inguinal and direct inguinal hernia.

  1. Heredity (or) Genes
  2. Having a prior inguinal hernia

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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

        Gastroenterologist

           

          • 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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                      Your hernia surgery will most likely be covered by insurance, but you should double-check with your insurer for more details.

                        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.

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