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Sorts Make Person Femoral Hernia
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A hernia is a defect in the abdominal wall allowing contents within the abdomen to protrude. The most common hernias are inguinal (lower abdomen around the pubic bone) or umbilical (around the bellybutton). A femoral hernia is less common and occurs where the blood vessels enter the leg. When there is an external lump, it shows up in the upper front part of the leg. ...Read more
Hernia mesh problems, cord pain, doctors said too risky to modify mesh because risk of losing testicle, is this true?
Surgical opinion: You really need to see a general surgeon for a second opinion on this one. The meshes were of course designed to stay and removing them can cause some problems - but usually not as much as not having them in the first place. While nerve pain and inflammation can be an issue, there is usually no major expected risk such as losing a testicle. Talk about all available options with that surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should be all: After repair of a femoral hernia, it would depend on the technique. Regardless of the technique however there shouldn't be any long-term restrictions on any activity. I usually telling patients to return to normal activity as tolerated. Check with your surgeon however to make sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different issues: Anxiety, or sometimes called "globus hystericus", can cause some people to feel a sticking sensation in their throat after eating, and even cause trouble swallowing. A hiatus hernia is an anatomical defect at the diaphragm that allows the stomach to rise into the chest. This may or may not cause any symptoms at all. See your doctor for complete history and physical exam, and perhaps egd. ...Read more
Results of CT abd/pelvis, 2 fatty inguinal hernias, fatty umbilical hernia and hiatal hernia. What are these & what is treatment and risks of treatmen?
Surgery if pain: If the inguinal (groin) hernias and umbilical hernia are causing you discomfort, they should be fixed. A hernia is a bulge of tissue through a defect. A hiatal hernia is where part of the stomach goes up past the diaphragm into the lower chest. There are different types. A surgeon would have to evaluate this to see if surgery is needed. He or she may also do an endoscopy (egd). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hospital gown: Hospital gowns are used, and depending on he technique of repair and surgeon preference, the genitals are covered by drapes, or prepped in the surgical field. Hope his helps! ...Read more
Very common problem: Typically a simple outpatient procedure. May or may not require mesh depending on the size. Several days of mild to moderate pain. Recommend no heavy lifting or straining for one month after repair, then no restrictions. ...Read more
Wouldn't having hips anatomically predisposed to rotate with respect to each other leave a runner susceptible to obturator nerve injury when running?
Hiatal hernia: Many people with reflux have a hiatal hernia. Not all people with hiatal hernias have reflux. The symptoms of hiatal hernia may be subtle, or none at all. Lifting babies and/or children can cause an increase in intrabdominal pressure. This could affect reflux and increase pressure on a hiatal hernia. But, so too would sneezing, coughing, or any straining. It is safe to do so no need to worry. ...Read more
I believe so. Talk: to your surgeon and ask if both can be done at same time. ...Read more
Can you have stomach fat or lipo done at the time of hernia repair surgeries? Port site and incisional umbilical hernia?
Bad Idea: Incisional hernia repair is almost-always done with mesh. Mesh infections can be devastating complications. Increasing the incisions in the abdominal wall by liposuction could increase the risk of mesh infection. In contrast, an andominoplasty ("tummy tuck") can sometimes be combined with hernia repair. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Different: A groin pull is a kind of generic catch all term that is not specific and can be any one of a number of things. It can be a pulled muscle, strained tendon or a ligament sprain. A hernia is a weak place in a muscle that allows something else (often intestine) to push out through the weakness. The appearance of the two would be very different on mri. ...Read more
Would performing gestures(i.e: waving or moving toes up & down, or making noises) repeatedly because they make a person feel better be considered OCD?
OCD is a possibility: as is Tpourettes Syndrome. Please start w/seeing your doc. He/she may refer you to a specialist. Then you will get a proper diagnosis and the support you need. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can inguinal hernia be caused by motor vehicle collision (rear-ended)? Any doc expert to give causation opinion (51% probability+)?
Hiatal surgery: If done laparoscopically usually not associated with major issues . Depends if it is a nissen fundoplication( full wrap) or a toilet (partial wrap ) this is determined by manometry test and if the test is normal then can have full wrap. A condition called gastric bloat can occur if the wrap is to tight. Usually manifested as not being able to belch. This can be a problem needing surg. ...Read more
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