Do people with femoral hernia have a lot of pain?

Variable. The most common presentation is of a bulge just below the groin crease, typically with little-or-no pain. If intestine gets stuck in the hernia (strangulated), it can cause colicky abdominal pain, distention, and vomiting--this is a surgical emergency and requires immediate attention. We recommend elective repair of all femoral hernias due to the propensity for incarceration and strangulation.
Maybe yes or no. Some people may have pain with a femoral hernia, but not all.

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Had femoral hernia surgery a year ago recently was carrying my dauther and felt something pop and cause a lot of pain now there is another bulge.

New bulge ?hernia. I would recommend having a general surgeon check you to see if you have developed a recurrent hernia. Read more...
See MD ASAP. With a history of tissue weakness that led to a hernia, and with current symptoms seem to be associated to carrying weight, it must be assumed that another herniation has occurred. Do not wait, as the bulge would indicate the hernia has been breached by important structures, and that could lead to strangulation and loss of oxygen to that tissue. Good luck! Read more...

A lot of pain had CT scan no recurrent femoral hernia had a trig. Point injection caused pain to get worse doctor wants to go in what could it be?

Scar tissue. Most likely scar tissue entrapped the nerve causing your pain , unfortunately this annoying problem do occurs rarely, with time and some physical therapy will alleviate in most of the cases. Very rarely need exploration, of the area neurolysis or freeing the trapped nerve , will help speak to your surgeon good luck. Read more...