Not really. Passing a urinary stone has nothing to do with the abdominal wall. If you are wondering if the pain could cause increased abdominal pressure, which could then lead to a hernia, that too is very unlikely. If you're concerned you have a hernia, see your primary care provider for a more complete evaluation. Hope this helps!
I have a upper hiatal abdominal hernia...what do u feel is the best way to treat it? It is large n is causing fatigue nausea headaches diarrhea
Hiatal hernia. A hiatal hernia is when the stomach goes up in to the chest through the stretched out hole through which the esophagus passes. Large ones are called paraesophageal hernias. You cannot see them. They can cause symptoms. See a general or thoracic surgeon with experience in laparoscopic hiatal hernia repair for a consultation to find out more. Read more...