Could rough sex cause an inguinal hernia?

Essentially no. Most inguinal hernias at your age ; younger are indirect henias, are congental ; thus have been present since birth only have remained closed until abdominal strain forces some intestine or perioneal fat through hernial sac. Thus rough sex may have opened up a potential hernia that was always there.

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My partner had inguinal hernia 2yrs ago, we had a good sexlife til 1yr ago-he hides himself&wont have sex much or go hard-cld the hernia cause impotenc?

Not likely. If he was okay for year after hernia surgery, then that is not likely to be the cause of diminished sexual activity. How old is your partner? Does he have any other health issues? It would help to consult a doctor for an evaluation as there are many causes of erectile dysfunction. Read more...
Not likely-check. Although quite rare, the spermatic cord can be injured, scarred or cut.. If he is hiding, are you sure something else isn't going on? See both a surgeon and a urologist. Read more...

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...

What can cause an inguinal hernia to grow over a few years?

"Wear-and-tear" Anything that increases abdominal pressure has the potential to promote the growth of an existing hernia. Some examples include heavy lifting, obesity, chronic constipation, chronic cough (smoking), etc. While all inguinal hernias do not need to be repaired, those that cause pain or are enlarging should. Read more...

Could a varicoselectomy or an inguinal hernia cause epididymitis?

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...

I've had inguinal hernia surgery could that cause sterility?

Unlikely. Injury to the channel which carries sperm is possible but very rare. Firtunately, there are two sides and you only need one testicle to be fertile. So you would have to have the other side not functional and the unlikely possibility the surgical side was injured. Read more...
Possible. Unlikely. Sterility requires that both testes, or that both vas deferens (duct from teste that carries sperm) are no longer functional. Injury to the spermatic cord, which contains the vas deferens and blood supply to the teste, is a known complication of inguinal hernia surgery (up to 3%). If you had bilateral operation, or pre-existing problem with opposite teste, then it is possible but very unlikely. Read more...

Can an inguinal hernia cause blockage?

Yes. A hernia is said to be incarcerated when a structure within the abdominal cavity gets "stuck" within the hernia. If this happens to be a loop of intestine, this can cause blockage and lead to the blood supply of the intestine being cut-off; we call this a strangulated hernia. If one has a large, tender lump in the groin that cannot be pushed back in, this requires emergency md attention. Read more...
Yes. Bowel may find itself in the hernia sac. This is dangerous if the bowel gets trapped inside, causing blockage or loss of blood supply. If the hernia is big enough that bowel easily escapes, then obstruction is less likely to occur. Read more...