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Inguinal Hernia Hip Pain
Sometimes sharp (6 on scale of 10) pain at hip line radiating to below groin. Had lap. Inguinal hernia mesh repair 10 weeks ago. Cause for concern?
Watch, wait, & see..: I would just watch, wait, and see despite some 10 weeks after lap inguinal hernia repair as long as being tolerable and getting better slowly but surely day by day. How to? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. More? Ask your surgeon timely. Best wish to recovery... ...Read more
Can an inguinal hernia (left) cause pain on the left side of the body from the left hip front and left glute up to the left ribs?
Rare but possible: Usually hernias cause pain in the groin. If the mass has caused splitting of muscle tissue, pain can be in the area you note. Best option will be to be seen for an exam by a surgeon to determine if a clinical relation exists. ...Read more
Had lap. Inguinal hernia mesh repair 9 weeks ago, feeling occasional sharp (but not unbearable) pain at hip line radiating to below groin. I'm checking with my surgeon anyway, but does this indicate failure of repair or recurrence?
No: Pains ae nit unusual without failureGet a more detailed answer ›
Post op inguinal hernia operation 3 month ago yesterday. Began having pain in my pelvis, hips and back of thighs. Also pain in my butt when I sit.
Can pain from an inguinal hernia come and go while switching areas of pain such as lower back, hip/groin area, down my leg, and up around lower rib cage and abdominal area? Sometimes it doesn't hurt at all and other times I can hardly function.
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Inguinal hernia or water tablets causing enlerged scrotum in Fit but heart failure 91 yr old? Also Has hardness above pubic area from hip to hip. Ideas
Diagnosed with really small inguinal hernia get extreme sharpe feeling in pelvis but pinpoint really low on edge of pelvis that goes all the way down?
Can an inguinal hernia cause pain throughout entire lower abdomen and throughout all soft tissue within the pelvis and surrounding area?
Yes If it gets: Incarcerated (get stuck and unable to push back in) if you have one see your doctor and get it repaired. ...Read more
I think I have a Inguinal hernia from lifting weights, but I have no bulge, only a bruise like mark on my pelvis, is this normal? What could it be?
INCARCERATED hernia: Any hernia may incarcerate and cause bowel obstruction. Incarceration is when the contents of a hernia 'gets stuck' and the blood flow to the area ceases causing the tissue to be at risk for dying (ischemia-infarct). Immediate surgery is indicated. The signs of bowel obstruction are: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, lack of gas passage.. ...Read more
You need to see: The doctor, initial stages only the physician can detect, later appear as a painless bulge that goes away by lying down, If untreated other complications will set in. Make sure to see your doctor ...Read more
Yes it can: It can, but the overall chance is low. Even though the chance is low, it is unpredictable if it will happen to you or not. Additionally, unit happens, it can be life threatening. Also, planned repair is generally associated with less risk than emergency repair, and you can pick your surgeon for planned repair. Check the Americas hernia Society website to find the surgeon interested in hernia repair. ...Read more
Generally no: Rarely an inguinal hernia can become trapped or incarcerated, resulting in severe pain. The trapped hernia can contain intestine that can result in intestinal blockage and risk of injury to the trapped bowel requiring emergency surgery. This is generally a rare occurrence. See a doctor to examine the hernia. ...Read more
Location: A hiatal hernia occurs in the diaphragm, so that abdominal organs end up in the chest (usually just part of the stomach). An inguinal hernia occurs in the groin. The treatments are different, although both can be approached without a long traditional incision (laparoscopic surgery). ...Read more
Pain, vomiting: An incarcerated or strangulated hernia is often very painful, and there would be a painful hard lump at the hernia site that does not go back inside. Vomiting and sometimes low fever. Often unable to eat. It is usually a distinctive and significantly new change of marked painful swelling at the hernia, and can be a surgical emergency. ...Read more
Laparoscopic hernia: I perform both open and laparoscopic hernias, but would have it done laparoscopically if I had a hernia. The lap hernia has a smaller scar, less pain, quicker recovery time, allows you to look at the opposite side for a hernia (and repair it if found) and the same recurrence rate as open inguinal hernia repairs. ...Read more
Hernia: Generally speaking, no. The usual predisposing factors for epididymitis are frequent urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases, urinary flow problems from prostatic hypertrophy. In addition, recent surgery, especially in the urogenital region can cause it as well, so theoretically, a recent varicoselectomy could cause it. Best to see a urologist. ...Read more
Inguinal Hernia: A reducible inguinal hernia means that with pressure, it reduces or returns back into the abdominal cavity. With standing, coughing, sneezing...it often returns to the outside and is visible and/or palpable again. One common point of view is that Inguinal hernias typically need surgery to prevent them from getting larger and more symptomatic. See a surgeon to see if yours needs surgery. ...Read more
Support will not: External support, or uses of truss will not prevent formation of inguinal hernia, may just hold the hernia not to pop out as the hernia is due to congenital or acquired weakness in the inguinal floor. Body building is a severe sternaous exercise, if you have weak inguinal floor it gives away and form the hernia. Don't worry get it fixed and continue. ...Read more
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