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What is Inguinal Hernia reducible type whether surgery is necessary....

What is Inguinal Hernia reducible type whether surgery is necessary....

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

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Inguinal Hernia (Definition)

An inguinal hernia is a hernia that occurs in the inguinal region (groin). It passes out throughout the muscle in a canal near the spermatic ...Read more


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What is inguinal hernia ( reducible type ? right side does it needs surgery ?

What is inguinal hernia ( reducible type ? right side does it needs surgery ?

Yes surgery: protrusion of intestine or momentum( membrane covering intrtine) through a widented opening in abdominal wall is hernia. By pressing it and pushing it intestine can go back in abdomen is reducibele, that is there are no adhesions. It needs surgery or can cause painfulful swelling. Sometimes intesteine can get squeexed and blood supply cut to make emergency . It can become gangrenous causing acut ...Read more

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What type of movements can cause an inguinal hernia?

What type of movements can cause an inguinal hernia?

Nonspecific : While there are no specific activities that cause a hernia, coughing seems to be more common than others. Most hernia patients do not note any causative event. Hernias are most likely a result of genetics for most people. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Which is the best type of inguinal hernia repair open or liproscrapic?

Which is the best type of inguinal hernia repair open or liproscrapic?

Surgery: It all depends on your anatomy. Both options are valid options. Your surgeon will give you their opinion on what you specifically need. None of us here would do anything but defer to your surgeon on the ground taking care of you in person. ...Read more

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Which type of exercises are okay for post inguinal hernia surgery for a woman?

Which type of exercises are okay for post inguinal hernia surgery for a woman?

Light: Light activity and light exercises like walking, swimming, light stairs or treadmill for the first 4-6 weeks. Check with your surgeon as to when you can return to all normal activities and full exercise. ...Read more

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What type of pain killers are usually prescribed for pain from inguinal hernia repair?

What type of pain killers are usually prescribed for pain from inguinal hernia repair?

Narcotics: Narcotic pain medications are usually used for the moderately severe pain experienced after hernia surgery. For very minor hernias at the belly button, Ibuprofen alone may suffice. For an inguinal hernia, however, the manipulation and sewing of muscles causes more severe pain that requires stronger narcotics to control. Make sure to take a stool softener with this to avoid straining! ...Read more

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Type of pain killers prescribed for post operative pain relating to inguinal hernia repair?

Varies: Usually a narcotic pain pill such as Percocet or vicoden is prescribed after inguinal hernia repair. I like to add Ibuprofen as well, it seems to decrease the amount of narcotic needed to control pain in the first week after herniorraphy. ...Read more

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Can you get Inguinal hernia from severe constipation and straining ?If so can this type of hernia cause a need for frequent urination ?

Can you get Inguinal hernia from severe constipation and straining ?If so can this type of hernia cause a need for frequent urination ?

Inguinal hernia: Anything which causes increased abdominal pressure probably can force the intestine through a weakened inguinal canal and cause a hernia. Older age, male sex, caucasian race, chronic cough, chronic constipation, abdominal wall injury, smoking and family history are all risk factors for hernia development. There is no association of a hernia with urination. ...Read more

Dr. David Earle
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Hernia (Definition)

The ascendence of the gastroesophageal junction into the chest above the diaphragm through the ...Read more


Dr. David Earle
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Groin Hernia (Definition)

A condition where abdominal organs (usually some intestine) bulge through a ...Read more