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Can Walking Aggravate A Hernia
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
Retrolisthesis is: Relatively uncommon and has been associated with, but not definitively caused by vertebral degenerative disc disease, disc herniation, and facet arthritis. It was felt to be an incidental, asymptomatic finding historically and not necessarily caused by anything in particular, but that theory is evolving. At present would say no to your question. ...Read more
Any activity: That increases abdominal pressure like crunches, sit ups, excessive coughing, straining to urinate or stool, or heavy lifting can aggravate a hernia. If your activity is limitted by having the hernia, you should see a surgeon and have it repaired. Be prepared for 6 weeks of restricted activity to minimize the risk of failure or recurrence of the hernia. ...Read more
Indirectly, at best.: A hiatal hernia, by definition, is an enlarged opening in the diaphragm muscle that separates the chest from abdominal cavity. It is often used interchangeably with gerd; while often both present, they are distinctly separate diseases. Exercise may indirectly help gerd by leading to weight loss but it will not improve the anatomical abnormality of a hiatal hernia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can: Yes you can walk and jog unless it is uncomfortable. If you are having symptoms or the hernia is large you will need to have it surgically repaired. You should absolutely not do any heavy lifting greater than 10 lbs. Nor any abdominal exercises before and for 6 weeks after repair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can sudden movements, climbing a ladder, a brisk energetic walk, stretching to reach something, opening a tight jar, etc cause a miscarriage?
Not normally: The baby is enclosed in the womb in a sea of amniotic fluid. This protects the baby. If the mother had a serious complication - then perhaps vigorous activity could cause an negative outcome. ...Read more
Don't think so : It may exacerbate an existing weakness at the hiatus but i don't think it would "cause" it . A severe and sudden force, however, can cause traumatic hernias (car accident). ...Read more
Be carefull: Hernias are a weakness in the abdominal wall resulting in a defect in the muscle layer. Therefore things that are supposed to stay protected inside can now come outside. It is possible that organs that are usually inside can get stuck outside which may compromise their blood supply. This is an emergency! therefore any strenous excercise can result in something coming out and getting stuck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: not itself. But it can cause GERD which can cause SOB and coughing. ...Read more
Could a hiatal hernia cause pain in throat area and difficulty breathing when running? Does not happen while on the elliptical.
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I have had an abdominal hernia mesh repair can lifying weight cause a diverification recti will physiotherapy help or cause more problems?
Unclear ?: Not sure what your question is, but in general, you're activity level should be based on pain and discomfort, not the fact that you had a hernia repair or a diastasis recti. By the way, the diastasis will not get better with exercise. The exercise will however probably make you feel better. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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