Is inguinal hernia always need a surgery???

It depends. No. The consensus now is that asymptomatic to minimally symptomatic inguinal hernias can be safely observed with no increase in morbidity. Repair is recommended for symptomatic hernias or hernias associated with complications (obstruction, perforation).
Not necessarily. Some people choose to live with an inguinal hernia if it is not causing them too much discomfort. What you need to know is that if the hernia becomes hard, painful and not reducible (you can't push it back in) then you need to go to the emergency department as soon as possible as this is a surgical emergency.

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Could inguinal hernia be treated without surgery?

No alternative. Surgery is your only answer..Sorry. It is a hole, can stay the same size or get bigger, will never disappear without surgery. Read more...

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...

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...
Not usually . An inquinal hernia is a weakness in the wall of the inquinal canal. If it is reducible and there is no entrapment then no surgery. However things can change so be careful of lifting heavy objects or putting to much pressure on this area. If you are careful and. Otho g changes then no need for a surgery . Read more...

Please let me know if there is a way to heal my inguinal hernia without surgery?

No alternative. Surgery is the only way. Early is best b/c then can be done laparoscopic, if you wait too long, you may no longer be a candidate. Read more...