What Is Hernia? Types Of Hernia,Syptom Of Hernia and Treatment Of Hernia


What Is Hernia?

Hernia is a painful lower abdomen disease. Sometimes the pain due to hernia becomes unbearable. Hernia usually occurs when there is weakness in the peritoneum. The peritoneum is a wall made of muscles that maintain the abdominal organs at a fixed location. Due to weakness of the peritoneum, the internal organs of the stomach come out and look like a lump. These bulges may also disappear while lying down several times. Surgery (operation) usually requires surgery. But if it is detected at the right time, then the loss from it can be reduced.
Hernia is more likely to occur due to a weakening of the muscles due to prolonged cough or heavy lifting. Although there are no specific symptoms of hernia, some people may have swelling and pain. This type of pain can be aggravated by standing, stretching muscles or lifting some heavy items.

Types of Hernia

There are many types of hernia and it can happen to anyone, male or female. Hernia has also been classified according to the organs that grow in it. There are three types of hernia in general.
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Umbilical Hernia
  • Femoral hernia

Inguinal hernia

The vertebral hernia, ie inguinal hernia, occurs in the thigh joint. In this hernia, the testicles move from the digestive tube of the thigh into the testicle. When this happens, the size of the testicle increases. Hydrosyl and hernia are difficult to differentiate as the testicles become inflamed. This type of hernia is found in men. About 70 percent of hernia patients have this hernia.

Umbilical Hernia

An umbilical hernia, ie umbilical hernia, is a simple form of hernia. In this hernia, the weakest muscle of the stomach, the hernia sac comes out of the navel. This hernia is more common in weak muscles or obese individuals. Although it accounts for 8 to 10 percent of the total cases of hernia.

Femoral hernia

Femoral means pubic hernia accounts for about 20 percent of the total cases of hernia. In this hernia, the abdominal organs come out of the mouth present in the artery leading to the leg of the thigh. The function of this artery is to supply blood to the leg. Femoral hernia is more common in women than men.

Symptoms Of Hernia

Although there are no specific symptoms of hernia, but still any of the following symptoms can be caused by hernia.
  • Abdominal fat or intestines coming out of the body.
  • Feeling of bloating under the skin.
  • Pain and heaviness in swelling or swelling.
  • Having trouble standing or urinating.

Treatment Of Hernia

The only successful and effective remedy for hernia is operation. Many types of operations are done for the treatment of hernia. In young children or in simple cases of hernia, an incision is made in place of the hernia or the inflamed portion is repaired with thread from within. It may take 1 to 2 months for the patient to recover completely after its operation. About 90 percent of hernia cases are not prone to recurring hernia, but in 10 percent of cases it can recur.

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