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Can inguinal hernias cause rectal spasms?

Can inguinal hernias cause rectal spasms?

Rectal spasm: Usually not. I suppose in a rare case where the colon has gone through a large hernia and is pulling on the rectum, anal spasm could theoretically happen, but I have not seen that yet. ...Read more

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Hernia (Definition)

A hernia is a hole in the abdominal wall thru which the inner lining protrudes thru, creating a sac. Organs from within the abdominal cavity, such as the intestine, can protrude thru the hole and get stuck in the sac. Many hernias develop during fetal life and become evident in childhood or as an adult. Some develop following a prior abdominal operation. The cornerstone ...Read more


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What causes inguinal hernias?

What causes inguinal hernias?

Congenital/acquired : The path taken for testicular descend can stay open or predispose one to inguinal herniation - this is aka indirect hernia. The hernia more common with accident, sport injury or heavy lifting as with construction workers is frequently through the direct inguinal space - direct inguinal hernia. ...Read more

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Hernias what problems can inguinal hernias cause..I have two, one on each side?

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what problems can inguinal hernias cause..I have two, one on each side?

Pain and a lump : Inguinal hernias typically cause pain or discomfort of varying levels. Left untreated, there is a low likelihood they will get worse. Fixing them requires a surgical procedure, which is also low risk, but has a failure rate of 1-10% depending on the surgeon and the technique. A laparoscopic repair by a surgeon experienced with the technique is probably best for bilateral hernia repair. ...Read more

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Can strengthening your abs at the gym help you not get inguinal hernias?

Can strengthening your abs at the gym help you not get inguinal hernias?

No.: Inguinal hernias occur at natural weak points of the abdominal wall. We believe that chronic "wear-and-tear" can lead to a hole forming in the muscle in susceptible people, which manifests itself as a hernia. Therefore, what you think may be helping you can actually increase the risk of a hernia developing. In contrast, obesity is a risk factor, as well, so your best bet is aerobic exercise. ...Read more

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What anesthesia is used for people with inguinal hernias?

What anesthesia is used for people with inguinal hernias?

A variety: Depending on the patient, surgeon (and planned repair), anesthesiologist, and practice setting, inguinal hernia repair may be performed under local, regional, or general anesthesia. You should ask your surgeon if the operation will require a specific anesthetic, or if you and your anesthesiologist can decide. For example, a very complex hernia may be too uncomfortable to repair without general. ...Read more

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Can working your abs help you not avoid inguinal hernias?

No: Inguinal hernias in general get bigger with time. This is because any abdominal pressure increases force that pushes it out and there is no counteracting force to push it back in. Strong abs do not cause inguinal hernias to go back in. ...Read more

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Do all inguinal hernias require surgery? i have a very mild case but i do feel some pain.

Yes: Hernias do not heal on their own. Not everyone has a surgery right away, but it is recommended that all inguinal hernias are fixed by surgery. ...Read more

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Hernia inguinal help!! my hernia is about the size of a jordan almond can I fix it, what to do?

Hernia inguinal help!! my hernia is about the size of a jordan almond can I fix it, what to do?

It can be fixed: See a general surgeon with experience in hernia repair for an exam and consultation. This can confirm the diagnosis, and give you options of observation or repair. In general, types of repair are open or laparoscopic. About 75-80% of repairs in the US are done open. Only do lap if the surgeon is appropriately trained and experienced, and feels comfortable with the approach. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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What would cause an inguinal/mesh hernia repair to fail? What are the symptoms of failure?

What would cause an inguinal/mesh hernia repair to fail?  What are the symptoms of failure?

Hernia failure: Hernia recurrence is 1-5% after surgery. Poor tissue, obesity, steroid medications, infections and possibly return to heavy work too soon can be some possible reasons. Many causes are unknown. Symptoms would be the same swelling, bulge & discomfort at the hernia site. Would need a physical examination with your surgeon. ...Read more

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How long will i experience pressure in my hernia inguinal repair area. Is it normal?

Check with surgeon: who can give you the best answer. If a lot of pain or getting more pain see your surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more

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