Inguinal hernia

Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue (soft tissue), usually from the gut, and then ripped off the wall protruding abdomen. The bulge is often painful, especially when people who have a cough, bending or lifting heavy objects.

Although harmless, inguinal hernia can not heal by itself. But in some people, this condition can also cause serious damage. The condition is more common in men.


- Increased pressure in the stomach
- There is a certain part of the weak in the abdominal wall, such as the stomach lining from birth can not be close to perfect
- The combination of increased pressure in the stomach and a certain part of the weak in the abdominal wall
- Straining during bowel movements or urination
- Lifting heavy objects
- The presence of fluid in the abdomen (ascites)
- Pregnancy
- Overweight
- Cough or sneeze chronic
- The condition of muscle weakness caused by the aging process, excessive physical activity or coughing due to smoke


- The emergence of a bulge in the stomach or one side of the pubic bone
- Burning sensation or pain in the bulge
- Pain or discomfort in the groin, especially when bending, coughing or lifting objects
- Niagara thighs feel weak or no pressure
- Usually the man appeared to pain and swelling in the scrotum around the testicles when the intestines bulge into the scrotum


- Herniorrhaphy
- Laparoscopy


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