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10 Signs and Symptoms of Hernia In Women And Men
 
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A hernia occurs when there is a hole or weakness in the muscular wall which usually keeps abdominal organs in place. Hernias can happen in the abdomen, the groin, and the diaphragm. The most common forms of hernia are - inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, femoral hernia, and hiatal (hiatus) hernia. Other types of hernias include - epigastric hernia, incisional hernia, spigelian hernia, and diaphragmatic hernia. More than 1 million abdominal wall hernia repairs are performed every year in the US, with inguinal hernia repairs constituting about 770,000 of these cases. An inguinal hernia occurs when a part of the bowel or fatty tissue squeezes through the abdominal wall into the groin area. This type of hernia is usually associated with straining of the abdomen or aging. While some hernias have no symptoms, the majority of hernias will have one or more of the following: #1 Discomfort or pain in the affected area (usually the lower abdomen), particularly when bending over, lifting, or coughing. #2 A heavy feeling in the abdomen which is occasionally accompanied by blood in the stool or constipation. #3 Red skin around the hernia. #4 Referred pain - if the hernia irritates, damages, or inflames nearby nerves, the pain felt from the hernia may not be at the area of the hernia, but rather at the area to which these nerves are traveling. #5 A swollen or an enlarged scrotum in boys or men. #6 Sometimes, pain around the testicles when the protruding intestine descends into the scrotum. #7 An obvious swelling beneath the skin of the abdomen or the groin. This swelling may disappear when you lie down and may be tender. #8 Although heartburn is more often in patients with a hiatus hernia, some have no symptoms at all. #9 The feeling that something has ruptured. #10 A sports hernia is a tear or strain of any tissue in the lower abdomen or groin. It causes pain in the groin or inguinal area. Source - Music - http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html Images - pixabay Recommended videos: Pedialyte vs Gatorade: Which Is Better For Hydration? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcNKGr6cX30 Top 15 Natural Liver Cleansing Foods - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-FZLKwjcNU
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Hernias in Women - Symptoms and Treatments
 
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www.dmc.org Dr. Susan Seman, general surgeon at Detroit Medical Center, explains the signs and symptoms of hernias in women, and the newest treatment options.
Inguinal Hernia Symptoms and Surgical Repair, Dr. Hadley Wesson
 
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Hadley Wesson, M.D., Johns Hopkins general surgeon practicing at Howard County General Hospital, describes what an inguinal hernia is, and the symptoms and treatment options. For more information about general surgery at Howard County General Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, please visit http://www.hcgh.org/generalsurgery.
Inguinal Hernia: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis
 
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Inguinal Hernia: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis What is an inguinal hernia? An inguinal hernia occurs in the abdomen near the groin area. They develop when fatty or intestinal tissues push through a weakness in the abdominal wall near the right or left inguinal canal. Each inguinal canal resides at the base of the abdomen. Both men and woman have inguinal canals. In men, the testes usually descend through their canal by around a few weeks before birth. In women, each canal is the location of passage for the round ligament of the uterus. If you have a hernia in or near this passageway, it results in a protruding bulge. It may be painful during movement. Many people don’t seek treatment for this type of hernia because it may be small or not cause any symptoms. Prompt medical treatment can help prevent further protrusion and discomfort. Symptoms of inguinal hernia Inguinal hernias are most noticeable by their appearance. They cause bulges along the pubic or groin area that can appear to increase in size when you stand up or cough. This type of hernia may be painful or sensitive to the touch. Other symptoms may include: pain when coughing, exercising, or bending over burning sensations sharp pain a heavy or full sensation in the groin swelling of the scrotum in men Causes and risk factors of inguinal hernia There isn’t one cause for this type of hernia. However, weak spots within the abdominal and groin muscles are thought to be a major contributor. Extra pressure on this area of the body can eventually cause a hernia. Some risk factors can increase your chances of this condition. These include: heredity having a prior inguinal hernia being male premature birth being overweight or obese pregnancy cystic fibrosis chronic cough chronic constipation Types of inguinal hernias Inguinal hernias can be indirect or direct, incarcerated, or strangulated. Indirect inguinal hernia An indirect inguinal hernia is the most common type. It often occurs in premature births, before the inguinal canal becomes closed off. However, this type of hernia can occur at any time during your life. This condition is most common in males. Direct inguinal hernia A direct inguinal hernia most often occurs in adults as they age. The popular belief is that weakening muscles during adulthood lead to a direct inguinal hernia. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), this type of hernia is much more prevalent in men. Incarcerated inguinal hernia An incarcerated inguinal hernia happens when tissue becomes stuck in the groin and isn’t reducible. This means it can’t be pushed back into place. Strangulated inguinal hernia Strangulated inguinal hernias are a more serious medical condition. This is when intestine in an incarcerated hernia has its blood flow cut off. Strangulated hernias are life-threatening and require emergency medical care. Diagnosing an inguinal hernia Your doctor can usually diagnose an inguinal hernia during a physical exam. During the exam, your doctor will ask you to cough while standing so they can check the hernia when it’s most noticeable. When it’s reducible, you or your doctor should be able to easily push an inguinal hernia back into your abdomen when you’re lying down on your back. However, if this is unsuccessful, you may have an incarcerated or strangulated inguinal hernia. Treating inguinal hernias Surgery is the primary treatment for inguinal hernias. It’s a very common operation and a highly successful procedure when done by a well-trained surgeon. Options include either an open inguinal herniorrhaphy or laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy. In open inguinal herniorrhaphy, one larger incision is made over the abdomen near the groin. In laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy, multiple smaller abdominal incisions are made. A long, thin tube with a lighted camera on the end helps the surgeon see inside your body to perform the surgery. The goal of either surgical approach is returning the internal abdominal tissue(s) back into the abdominal cavity and repairing the abdominal wall defect. Mesh is commonly placed to reinforce the abdominal wall. Once structures are put into their proper place, your surgeon will close the opening with sutures, staples, or adhesive glue. There are potential pros and cons to open inguinal hernia repair versus laparoscopic. For instance, laparoscopic herniorrhaphy may be preferable if you want a shorter recovery time. But your risk of hernia recurrence may be greater with laparoscopic repair. Prevention and outlook of inguinal hernias Although you can’t prevent genetic risk factors, it’s possible to reduce your risk of occurrence or the severity of abdominal hernias. Follow these tips: Maintain a healthy weight. Eat a high-fiber diet.
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Don't Ignore These Early Symptoms of Hernia
 
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia. Hernia, in general, refers to a condition where ,hernia in abdomen right side one of the sufferer’s organs penetrates the wall of the cavity that it is placed in otherwise normal conditions. Such a condition occurs both in males and females and can be distinguished into various types, depending on the organ or the part of the body that it occurs in. Hernias,infant hernia if went unnoticed or untreated, also cause a number of fatalities. Hence, it is extremely important for one to watch out for the following symptoms of hernia: review : 01:02 Bulging lump. 02:05 Varying degrees of pain. 03:08 A peculiar feeling. 04:06 Discomfort In Other Parts Of The Body. 05:11 Vomiting. 06:12 Upset Stomach. 1, Bulging lump. The foremost and the most noticeable symptom of a hernia is the presence of a bulging lump at the affected region. This bulge is due to the formation of a sac inguinal hernia diagnosis like figure in the affected organ as it bulges out of the wall of its cavity. When left untreated for a long time, the bulge starts getting painful as muscles start getting widened to their maximum limits and start splitting. 2, Varying degrees of pain. A newly developed hernia will not be painful at all as it will just start with a bulge. An untreated hernia will cause a pain ranging from mildly inguinal hernia repair recovery uncomfortable to excruciating. However, some people report noticing pain before the bulge as well. The pain may get escalated during actions that may exert the affected area like lifting heavy heights, coughing, bending, etc. 3, A peculiar feeling. Hernias occurring in the abdomen or the groin region will cause a peculiar heavy or dragging sensation in the gut. Hernias affecting the intestines characteristically ventral hernia repair surgery push against the muscles of the abdomen, causing the peculiar heavy sensation. The dragging sensation may be caused by certain other types of intestinal hernias or hernias affecting groins that result in the bulge being dragged against various muscles or canals. 4, Discomfort In Other Parts Of The Body. If a growing hernia bulge inguinal hernia operation starts to push on the surrounding nerves, then it will cause an irritation in all the nerve chains that contain the nerves being pushed on by the hernia. This will cause discomfort and mild pain in other body parts as well. 5, Vomiting. Nausea and vomiting being caused by a hernia is a critical danger sign. Vomiting is caused by a hernia when the affected organ gets trapped outside the abdomen and poses a major obstruction to the bowel. Such a condition is termed Incarcerated hernia, and it required an emergency surgery accompanied by a bowel resection surgery. epigastric hernia repair The entire procedure claims a way larger fatality percentage and hence, should be avoided by paying attention to symptoms that signify the early stages of hernia. 6, Upset Stomach. A direct implication of the most common abdominal and groin hernias is digestive disorders. Improper bowel movements causing constipation, uncomfortable or difficult digestion of food, nausea, etc. will point to an abdominal hernia directly. Hernia tissues, slipping to and fro between the abdomen and the inguinal canal, is the root cause for digestive disorders, and may easily be monitored by an appropriate massage that places the bulging tissue back into the abdomen. SUBSCRIBE for more videos here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2s_ywqhXm_YmJ1lVPDPtw?sub_confirmation=1 Contact : email : anisawe14@gmail.com Find Us On : Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/109115292982259471607 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Symptoms-Of-Disease-602529183258705/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/anisawe4?lang=en Blog : http://symptoms2017.blogspot.co.id/ ====================================================== Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. ====================================================== [DISCLAIMER] I do not own the video, music, artwork or the lyrics. All rights reserved to their respective owners!!! This video is not meant to infringe any of the copyrights. This is for people's educations only. Thank you!
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Hernia in Groin Area Secrets. Boing!
 
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Hernia in Groin Area explained simply by Dr.Sal. In this video "I will share with you what you should know about groin hernias, their cause, symptoms, and how we fix them for you."
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Hernia Repair Inguinal (Laparoscopic) Nebraska Patient Education
 
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Before we talk about treatment, let's start with a discussion about the human body and about your medical condition. Your doctor has told you that you have a hernia. But what does that actually mean? Patient Education In general terms, we can say that a hernia occurs when the layers that make up the abdominal wall weaken. In other words, the fabric of muscle and other tissues which protect the gut, develops a defect, or weakness. Through that defect the peritoneum (PER-IT-TA-NEE-UM) - and perhaps other organs - push their way outward, forming a lump which can be felt - and sometimes seen - protruding from the abdomen. During normal childhood development, boy's testes slowly descend from the interior of the abdomen, down into the scrotum. They pass through the abdominal wall by way of a natural passageway called the inguinal canal. In men, the inguinal canal contains blood vessels that supply the testes, as well as the vessel that carries sperm to the penis. Hernias that occur due to a weakness in the abdominal wall at the inguinal canal, are called inguinal hernias. And not surprisingly, men are 25 times more likely than women to experience a hernia in this area. Some inguinal hernias press directly through the floor of the inguinal canal. Others follow the route taken by the blood vessels that supply the testes. This kind of hernia - called an indirect hernia - can even push all the way into scrotum. Patient Education Perhaps you're wondering: what causes a hernia to develop? There's no single cause. Most people understand that hernias can sometimes occur following sudden, forceful lifting. But most often, hernias develop gradually ... ... and finally make their appearance when the abdominal wall is under somewhat less dramatic pressure. Pregnancy, constipation, straining during urination - even repeated coughing - any of these actions can, in fact, put enough pressure on an abdominal weak spot to cause a hernia. Patient Education Symptoms of hernias can vary. If you have a mild hernia, you may not even be aware of it. But in most cases, a hernia causes a noticeable lump or swelling. There may be some pain or discomfort - often increasing when standing, and subsiding when lying down. Hernias become more serious problems if abdominal contents - such as part of the small intestine or another organ - slide into the hernia sack and become trapped there. Patient Education If those organs cannot slide easily back into the abdomen,the hernia is said to be irreducible. Irreducible hernias are often painful and can lead to complications. For example, if the intestine becomes trapped in the hernia sack it is said to be incarcerated. If the neck of the hernia sack actually pinches off the supply of blood to those organs which have become trapped inside, the hernia is said to be strangulated. These are both considered to be medical emergencies and if left untreated, an incarcerated or especially a strangulated hernia can lead to very severe illness and even death. Patient Education Luckily, the vast majority of hernias are not considered to be emergencies. However, if you should ever feel a sudden onset of severe pain in your hernia, you should definitely seek immediate medical attention. Patient Education Company
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Signs and Symptoms of Hernia In Men and Women + Causes & Types
 
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A hernia is a weakness or an opening in the wall of a tissue, muscle, or membrane which normally holds an organ in place. There are different types of hernias. The most common include: Inguinal hernias  - about 75 to 80 percent of all hernias are inguinal hernias, that can occur in people of any age. Inguinal hernias usually occur when a part of the bowel pokes through into the groin at the top of the inner thigh. An incisional hernia happens when tissue pushes through a surgical wound in the abdomen which has not completely healed. A femoral hernia will appear as a bulge near the groin or thigh. A hiatal hernia happens when a part of the stomach pushes up into the chest cavity through an opening in the diaphragm. Causes Of Hernia Any condition which increases the pressure of the abdominal cavity may contribute to the formation of a hernia. Examples include - cystic fibrosis, obesity, abdominal fluid, heavy lifting, lifting heavy items, persistent cough, undescended testicles, enlarged prostate, chronic lung disease, or constipation. Symptoms Of Hernia Common signs and symptoms of a hernia in men and women include: a bulge in the area on either side of your pubic bone, that becomes more obvious when you are upright; pain in the affected area, mainly when coughing or bending over; constipation; difficulty swallowing; tender area of the abdomen; a very sour taste because stomach acid can reach the back of the tongue; black stools; bloody vomiting. Hernia Prevention People may be able to prevent a hernia by following some of these suggestions: warm up correctly before athletic activity and exercise; use proper body mechanics when you lift heavy objects; avoid becoming overweight or obese since carrying unnecessary fat creates greater abdominal pressure; quit smoking tobacco and second-hand smoking; eat enough vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains to avoid constipation. You may also watch: #1 Top 20 Natural Blood Thinners For A Healthy Heart - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f55kGlGQlZk #2 Top 25 Foods To Avoid For Piles (Hemorrhoids) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YE4jx5oQzs #3 Apple Cider Vinegar For Bronchitis Cure - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xpybzZ_6tI Source - http://www.insightstate.com/ Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hernia_epig%C3%A1strica.png https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Inguinal_Hernia_Repair.png
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ 10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia 1. Visible Lump The first sign of a hernia is often a noticeable swelling under the skin, which will likely turn into a visible lump or bulge. This protrusion forms as a sac in the organs (most commonly the intestines) but sometimes also in the wall of the abdomen, groin, or navel. Untreated hernias become severe and very painful as the muscle widens and splits, and as more and more intestinal organ or abdominal tissue is forced through the opening, forming an even larger sac. This notable protrusion, or bulging sac, is one of the primary characteristics of a hernia, and typically develops due to weakened tissue that’s present at birth or organ/tissue that wears down later in life. You may notice the bulge before you feel pain, but in many cases patients feel pain before the protrusion is noticeable to the naked eye. It’s very important that you go to your doctor as soon as you notice a lump as it may signify another health issue, such as type of abnormal growth or a cancerous tumor. 2. Pain Hernia pain can range from slightly uncomfortable to severely painful—particularly the longer you leave it untreated. Most times a new hernia will be painless. According to patient reports, hernia pain ranges from: - No pain at all, just a visual protrusion (or bulging sac) in the area of the groin or navel. - A pressure-filled or heavy sensation in the abdomen. This pressure can be exacerbated when the patient bends over to pick up an object or from sheer pressure due to bending at the waist. - Pain or aching that gradually worsens with exerting movement, such as lifting, bending over to retrieve objects, carrying heavy objects, or sitting for long periods of time (i.e., at a desk or in a vehicle) can become excruciating. However, if the pain is severe, the hernia may be strangulated (which means that the blood supply is cut off). You can’t ignore a strangulated hernia as the pain will be so excruciating and you will require immediate medical attention. 3. A Full Feeling A heavy, full, bloated, or uncomfortable feeling in your gut is common to those with umbilical or hiatal hernias in the abdominal area. Umbilical hernias are hernias that develop in the intestine and protrude via an opening in the layered abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernias are most typical in infants (roughly at age 1 to 3-years old) that are born with weak organ or abdominal tissues. However, these hernias can appear in adulthood as well. Hiatal herinas, on the other hand, results from sacs in the stomach that force tissue up through your diaphragm opening (known as the hiatus). Small hiatal hernias aren’t usually an issue, however, larger hiatal hernias can result in pain when food and acid back up into the esophagus, as the esophagus passes through the hiatus on route to the stomach. A feeling characterized as a dragging sensation in your groin, may be a inguinal hernia (which is a soft tissue hernia of the abdominal cavity (or omentum) that presses through weakened abdominal muscles) or a femoral hernia (a sac in the groin and thigh made up of intestine forcing into the wall of the femoral canal). These hernias will hurt whenever you sit or bend over to pick up an object. 4. Stomach Upset Tummy troubles—including difficulty digesting meals, heartburn, lingering digestive upset, nausea, and bowel issues such as constipation—may occur with hernias located in the groin or abdominal areas, such as an inguinal hernia, which bulges out of the groin near the lower abdomen and the thigh. Stomach upset can occur as an inguinal hernia slips in and out of the abdomen into the inguinal canal. A doctor can ease the feeling with a gentle massage that manipulates the hernia back into the abdomen. If an hernia becomes strangulated (or blood supply is cut off) you will experience nausea and vomiting and have difficulty passing gas and having a bowel movement. A strangulated hernia requires immediate emergency medical attention as it is life-threatening to the patient. 5. Reduced Blood Supply 6. Nerve Discomfort 7. Vomiting 8. Muscle Weakness 9. Pain with Movement 10. Difficulty with Daily Activities
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Do I Have a Hernia
 
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What are hernias? The hernias we talk about in this http://DoctorsExpressWestHartford.com Medical Minute are the most common hernia- groin, or inguinal hernias. More commonly found in men, hernias form as a bulge accompanied by pain, in their groin. Men have about a 27% lifetime risk of having hernia at some point in their life, and women, a much lower incidence- only 3% or so of women get hernias at some point in their life. Other types of hernias, such as abdominal hiatal hernias are also common, but groin hernias tend to outnumber abdominal hernias by about 3 to 1. What causes a hernia? Hernias often form in people with weakened abdominal muscles or in those who do a lot of heavy lifting or straining. This is the main reason that young men form them more often than others. With men, without getting into too much physiology, men of course have testicles and scrotum and those structures descend through the inguinal canal. This canal is much larger in men than in women and that's part of the reason men tend to be more susceptible to hernias than women. Screening and diagnosis of hernias If you are having abdominal pain or pelvic bulge and pain, you want to see physician, and he or she will do an exam. They will use their finger, and they will see if you have a bulge in your scrotum or on your groin and they'll see if its reducible or not. If the exam doesn't give them the answer, they can perform an ultrasound, a very, inexpensive test that can tell you the same day whether a hernia is present. What to do if you think you have a hernia Most of the time hernias don't cause problems. People can have them their entire life. When they do cause pain though that's a problem, and a concern that complications may have arisen. Most common hernias are what we call reducible; you can take your finger or you can lie down in bed and due to the effects of gravity, the bulge in the groin will actually disappear, which means the intestinal contents actually go back into the abdominal cavity or to the correct location. If it's not reducible by lying down or using a finger or having a physician trying to reduce it, then there are concerns about things like strangulation, or incarceration occurring. Without getting into details of what those are, if those concerns are there, then you need to see a surgeon, and there may be a need for surgery. Treating a hernia As I stated before, hernias are actually something that you can watch for years without being treated. If however, it is causing pain, we generally refer folks to a surgeon who can do a very simple laparoscopic surgery. If you have any concerns about hernias, here at Doctors Express Urgent Care we are happy to see you.
Strangulated Inguinal Hernia
 
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In this clinical Video we will discuss a case of Strangulated Inguinal Hernia. The Music Used in Background is : Big Car Theft by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Hernia Symptoms - When Should You Be Worried?
 
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Hernia Symptoms - When Should You Be Worried? A hernia can be very painful and concerning, but when does hernia pain mean you should lay down and when does a hernia mean you should go to the emergency room? SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/JHSurgery General Surgeon - Dr. Buck Parker explains exactly what the symptoms of a hernia are and what can give relief from the pain of a hernia and when you should run to the E.R. Dr. Buck Parker, MD is a Board Certified General Surgeon and can be found here online here: FB: facebook.com/drbuckparker IG: @drbuckparker Twitter: @drbuckparker Snapchat: buckparker Website: www.drbuckparker.com Interested in becoming a doctor? Check out my Study Program: 9 Study Hacks I Used to go From a 1.7GPA to Straight A's in 30 Days http://www.secretstudyhacks.com WATCH MORE HERE! Appendicitis Symptoms, Signs & Removal https://youtu.be/fey_pHnSyzA Bowel Obstruction After Gallbladder Surgery - Why and How Does It Happen? https://youtu.be/BLc5bbjcuXA My Recommended Amazon Products: - Nootropics - Qualia (I take these myself) http://amzn.to/2kYqsy2 - About Being a Doctor - House of God (Classic book every doctor should read) http://amzn.to/2BURRo1 Complications http://amzn.to/2BU3awE Better http://amzn.to/2l0m7dG - My Favorite Trauma Book for Anyone - Top Knife http://amzn.to/2B3OTjO - USMLE Books - CRUSH (Best USMLE book ever) http://amzn.to/2kmWErb First Aid for USMLE Step 1 http://amzn.to/2BTcaSx Kaplan Step 1 Qbook http://amzn.to/2BTQKop - Med School Surgery Rotation Books - The ABSITE Review (Read this for your surgery rotation and crush it) http://amzn.to/2nOoMbv Surgical Recall (Get all the Big Questions Right) http://amzn.to/2nOuUQZ Advanced Surgical Recall http://amzn.to/2B3ZYBf Maxwell Quick Reference (To save your a## on rotations) http://amzn.to/2kYymb0
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Inguinal Hernia Repair in a Female
 
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What are symptoms of hernia in men and women | Hernia Causes, Symptoms & Treatment|  Dr Anand Kumar
 
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For More Videos : youtube.com/c/careandcure5 For Youtube Subscription: https://www.youtube.com/c/careandcure5?sub_confirmation=1 హెర్నియా A hernia is the exit of an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides.Hernias come in a number of different types. Most commonly they involve the abdomen, specifically the groin.[2] Groin hernias are most common of the inguinal type but may also be femoral. Other hernias include hiatus, incisional, and umbilical hernias. Symptoms are present in about 66% of people with groin hernias. This may include pain or discomfort especially with coughing, exercise, or going to the bathroom. Often it gets worse throughout the day and improves when lying down. A bulging area may occur that becomes larger when bearing down. Groin hernias occur more often on the right than left side. The main concern is strangulation, where the blood supply to part of the bowel is blocked. This usually produces severe pain and tenderness of the area. Hiatus or hiatal hernias often result in heartburn but may also cause chest pain or pain with eating. Risk factors for the development of a hernia include: smoking, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, obesity, pregnancy, peritoneal dialysis, collagen vascular disease, and previous open appendectomy, among others. Hernias are partly genetic and occur more often in certain families. It is unclear if groin hernias are associated with heavy lifting. Hernias can often be diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. Occasionally medical imaging is used to confirm the diagnosis or rule out other possible causes. The diagnosis of hiatus hernias is often by endoscopy. The first differentiating factor in hernia repair is whether the surgery is done open, or laparoscopically. Open hernia repair is when an incision is made in the skin directly over the hernia. Laparoscopic hernia repair is when minimally invasive cameras and equipment are used and the hernia is repaired with only small incisions adjacent to the hernia. These techniques are similar to the techniques used in laparoscopic gallbladder surgery. hernia inguinal hernia surgery hernia repair hernia repair surgery inguinal hernia repair hernia umbilical hernia de disco hernia discal lumbar hernia discal hernia de disco hernia hiatal surgery58.0 laparoscopic inguinal Hernia Repair Inguinal (Open) Surgery Patient Education Solution for Hernia Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist What is Hernia? Causes, Signs, Symptoms, Types, Pictures, Images and Treatment of Hernias Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair "IPOM" with Dual-Mesh What are symptoms of hernia in men and women | All types of hernia Introduction to Direct and Indirect Inguinal Hernia The Amazing Boy with Hernia Inguinal Hernia (2009) Inguinal Hernia Surgery 3D Medical Animation - Open Procedure How to Avoid Hernia Operation | Prof. Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist to Cure Hernia and Constipation Home Remedies for Hernia II हर्निया का घरेलू उपचार II Hernia Repair Inguinal Pediatric Inguinal Hernia Repair - Male Hernia, Symptoms, and the Treatment explained in Hindi by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Huge Hernia Repair Surgery (Hybrid hernioplasty) by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Inguinal Hernia Operation Video - Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Procedure Hérnia inguinal gigantesca / Giant inguinal hernia Open Inguinal Hernia Repair Using the Parietex EaseGrip™ Mesh Open Inguinal Hernia Repair Hernia Repair Inguinal (Open) Surgery Patient Education Step by Step demo of Hernia Surgery under Local Anaesthesia Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair Open Inguinal Hernia Repair at California Hernia Specialists Treating Hernia with Laparscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Inguinal Hernia Surgery 3D Medical Animation - Open Procedure Huge Hernia Repair Surgery (Hybrid hernioplasty) by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Inguinal (Groin) Hernia Repair with Mesh Placement, Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Umbilical hernia repair without mesh kitchen cures, Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist, umbilical hernia in children, umbilical hernia after pregnancy, umbilical hernia symptoms, umbilical hernia surgery, umbilical hernia in adults, laparoscopic umbilical hernia repair, umbilical hernia repair video, umbilical hernia repair complications, umbilical hernia repair with mesh, umbilical hernia repair technique, umbilical hernia photos, umbilical hernia pictures Dr Ananad Kumar Dr Ananad Kumar ananya gastroenterology dr anand kumar gastroenterologist gastroenterologist gastroenterologist Doctor in Hyderabad gastroenterologist Doctor in India ananya gastroenterology gastroenterologist Doctor ananya gastroenterology Dr Ananad Kumar gastroenterologist Doctor in Banglore gastroenterologist Doctor in Dilsukhnagar gastroenterologist Doctor in Ameerpet gastroenterologist Doctor in Balkampet best gastroenterologist Doctor in Hyderabad
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia
 
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia 1. Visible Lump The first sign of a hernia is often a noticeable swelling under the skin, which will likely turn into a visible lump or bulge. This protrusion forms as a sac in the organs (most commonly the intestines) but sometimes also in the wall of the abdomen, groin, or navel. Untreated hernias become severe and very painful as the muscle widens and splits, and as more and more intestinal organ or abdominal tissue is forced through the opening, forming an even larger sac. This notable protrusion, or bulging sac, is one of the primary characteristics of a hernia, and typically develops due to weakened tissue that’s present at birth or organ/tissue that wears down later in life. You may notice the bulge before you feel pain, but in many cases patients feel pain before the protrusion is noticeable to the naked eye. It’s very important that you go to your doctor as soon as you notice a lump as it may signify another health issue, such as type of abnormal growth or a cancerous tumor. 2. Pain Hernia pain can range from slightly uncomfortable to severely painful—particularly the longer you leave it untreated. Most times a new hernia will be painless. According to patient reports, hernia pain ranges from: - No pain at all, just a visual protrusion (or bulging sac) in the area of the groin or navel. - A pressure-filled or heavy sensation in the abdomen. This pressure can be exacerbated when the patient bends over to pick up an object or from sheer pressure due to bending at the waist. - Pain or aching that gradually worsens with exerting movement, such as lifting, bending over to retrieve objects, carrying heavy objects, or sitting for long periods of time (i.e., at a desk or in a vehicle) can become excruciating. However, if the pain is severe, the hernia may be strangulated (which means that the blood supply is cut off). You can’t ignore a strangulated hernia as the pain will be so excruciating and you will require immediate medical attention. 3. A Full Feeling A heavy, full, bloated, or uncomfortable feeling in your gut is common to those with umbilical or hiatal hernias in the abdominal area. Umbilical hernias are hernias that develop in the intestine and protrude via an opening in the layered abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernias are most typical in infants (roughly at age 1 to 3-years old) that are born with weak organ or abdominal tissues. However, these hernias can appear in adulthood as well. Hiatal herinas, on the other hand, results from sacs in the stomach that force tissue up through your diaphragm opening (known as the hiatus). Small hiatal hernias aren’t usually an issue, however, larger hiatal hernias can result in pain when food and acid back up into the esophagus, as the esophagus passes through the hiatus on route to the stomach. A feeling characterized as a dragging sensation in your groin, may be a inguinal hernia (which is a soft tissue hernia of the abdominal cavity (or omentum) that presses through weakened abdominal muscles) or a femoral hernia (a sac in the groin and thigh made up of intestine forcing into the wall of the femoral canal). These hernias will hurt whenever you sit or bend over to pick up an object. 4. Stomach Upset Tummy troubles—including difficulty digesting meals, heartburn, lingering digestive upset, nausea, and bowel issues such as constipation—may occur with hernias located in the groin or abdominal areas, such as an inguinal hernia, which bulges out of the groin near the lower abdomen and the thigh. Stomach upset can occur as an inguinal hernia slips in and out of the abdomen into the inguinal canal. A doctor can ease the feeling with a gentle massage that manipulates the hernia back into the abdomen. If an hernia becomes strangulated (or blood supply is cut off) you will experience nausea and vomiting and have difficulty passing gas and having a bowel movement. A strangulated hernia requires immediate emergency medical attention as it is life-threatening to the patient. 5. Reduced Blood Supply If a hernia grows in size and becomes “strangulated”, a term that refers to it growing so large that it gets stuck inside the weakening muscles walls, you will experience lack of blood supply in the primary area as well as throughout the body. If “strangulation” occurs, your life is in danger and you will require immediate emergency surgery. According to doctors at the British Hernia Center at the Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth, “the risk of death is 7 times higher when a hernia is removed by emergency surgery–20 times higher if the hernia surgery involves a bowel resection.” The medical recommendation is that a hernia is diagnosed and treated before it becomes strangulated to avoid emergency surgery at all costs. 6. Nerve Discomfort 7. Vomiting 8. Muscle Weakness 9. Pain with Movement 10. Difficulty with Daily Activities
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Women Hiding Hernias
 
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Hernias are considered by some to be a 'manly' health condition, often caused by excessive or heavy lifting. "A hernia is essentially a defect or a hole in the abdominal wall that allows contents from inside the abdomen to push through the abdominal wall and usually present with a bulge or a mass in the tissue between the skin and the muscle," says Dr. Darren Miter, a laparoscopic surgeon with Lee Memorial Health System. They're more commonly treated in men. Women make up only 8% of those diagnosed. "The most common hernias that we hear about are hernias that develop in the groin or inguinal hernias. Women are less likely to develop the inguinal or groin hernias," says Dr. Miter. Most frequently identified hernias in women are ones that occur along scars from previous surgeries. "Women end up undergoing more surgical procedures than men especially younger in life, so I see more incisional hernias in women than in men," says Dr. Miter. But many women may be women hiding a secret, a hernia they never suspected. Experts find women with pelvic pain may be misdiagnosed as having ovarian cysts, fibroids, even endometriosis when in fact they have a hidden hernia, one that was missing an outward sign. "The typical or classic presentation of a hernia is someone feels a sudden tearing sensation either in the groin or perhaps the belly button and then develops a bulge in that area," says Dr. Miter. Unlike hernias in men, ones that afflict women are usually small and internal and rarely cause that obvious bulge. The good news is, once detected, they are fairly simple to fix. "All we need to do is push whatever is pushing out of the abdomen back in and usually we reinforce the area with a piece of mesh or graft to make that area stronger," says Dr. Miter. Your best advice it not to expect the tattle of the bulge, women with chronic, severe abdominal pain should ask their doctor if it could be a hernia. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Inguinal (Groin) Hernia Repair with Mesh Placement, Darrin Hansen MD, Salt Lake City, Utah
 
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A narrated Inguinal (Groin) Hernia Repair Surgery with Placement of mesh performed by Darrin Hansen, MD.
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femoral hernia: Impulse on cough
 
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A femoral hernia is common in females owing to the broad pelvis. The contents come through femoral canal and lie in vicinity of the femoral vein. The impulse on cough is felt very well below inguinal ligament. Contrary to inguinal hernia in which impulse is felt above inguinal ligament
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Hernia: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention
 
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Hernia: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention What is a hernia? A hernia occurs when an organ pushes through an opening in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. For example, the intestines may break through a weakened area in the abdominal wall. Hernias are most common in the abdomen, but they can also appear in the upper thigh, belly button, and groin areas. Most hernias aren’t immediately life-threatening, but they don’t go away on their own. Sometimes they can require surgery to prevent potentially dangerous complications. Common hernia types Inguinal hernia Inguinal hernias are the most common type of hernia. They make up about 70 percent of all hernias, according to the British Hernia Centre (BHC). These hernias occur when the intestines push through a weak spot or tear in the lower abdominal wall, often in the inguinal canal. The inguinal canal is found in your groin. In men, it’s the area where the spermatic cord passes from the abdomen to the scrotum. This cord holds up the testicles. In women, the inguinal canal contains a ligament that helps hold the uterus in place. This type of hernia is more common in men than women. This is because a man’s testicles descend through the inguinal canal shortly after birth, and the canal is supposed to close almost completely behind them. Sometimes, the canal doesn’t close properly and leaves a weakened area prone to hernias. Hiatal hernia A hiatal hernia occurs when part of your stomach protrudes up through the diaphragm into your chest cavity. The diaphragm is a sheet of muscle that helps you breathe by contracting and drawing air into the lungs. It separates the organs in your abdomen from those in your chest. This type of hernia is most common in people over 50 years old. If a child has the condition, it’s typically caused by a congenital birth defect. Hiatal hernias almost always cause gastroesophageal reflux, which is when the stomach contents leak backward into the esophagus, causing a burning sensation. Explore the interactive 3-D diagram below to learn more about a hiatal hernia. Umbilical hernia Umbilical hernias can occur in children and babies under 6 months old. This happens when their intestines bulge through their abdominal wall near their bellybutton. You may notice a bulge in or near your child’s bellybutton, especially when they’re crying. An umbilical hernia is the only kind that often goes away on its own as the abdominal wall muscles get stronger, typically by the time the child is 1 years old. If the hernia hasn’t gone away by this point, surgery may be used to correct it. Incisional hernia Incisional hernias can occur after you’ve had abdominal surgery. Your intestines may push through the incision scar or the surrounding, weakened tissue. What causes a hernia? Hernias are caused by a combination of muscle weakness and strain. Depending on its cause, a hernia can develop quickly or over a long period of time. Common causes of muscle weakness include: failure of the abdominal wall to close properly in the womb, which is a congenital defect age chronic coughing damage from injury or surgery Factors that strain your body and may cause a hernia, especially if your muscles are weak, include: being pregnant, which puts pressure on your abdomen being constipated, which causes you to strain when having a bowel movement lifting heavy weight fluid in the abdomen, or ascites suddenly gaining weight surgery in the area persistent coughing or sneezing Am I at risk for a hernia? The factors that increase your risk of developing a hernia include: a personal or family history of hernias being overweight or obese a chronic cough chronic constipation smoking, which can trigger a chronic cough Conditions such as cystic fibrosis can also indirectly increase your risk of developing a hernia. Cystic fibrosis impairs the function of the lungs, causing a chronic cough. What are the symptoms of a hernia? The most common symptom of a hernia is a bulge or lump in the affected area. In the case of an inguinal hernia, you may notice a lump on either side of your pubic bone where your groin and thigh meet. You’re more likely to feel your hernia through touch when you’re standing up, bending down, or coughing. If your baby has a hernia, you may only be able to feel the bulge when they're crying. A bulge is typically the only symptom of an umbilical hernia. Other common symptoms of an inguinal hernia include: pain or discomfort in the affected area (usually the lower abdomen), especially when bending over, coughing, or lifting weakness, pressure, or a feeling of heaviness in the abdomen a burning, gurgling, or aching sensation at the site of the bulge Other symptoms of a hiatal hernia include: acid reflux, which is when stomach acid moves backward into the esophagus causing a burning sensation chest pain
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Inguinal Hernia Repair: Causes, Treatments, and Risks
 
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Inguinal Hernia Repair: Causes, Treatments, and Risks What is inguinal hernia repair? An inguinal hernia occurs when soft tissues protrude through an area of weakness or a defect in your lower abdominal muscles. It’s often in or near the groin area. Anybody can get an inguinal hernia, but it’s more common in men than women. During inguinal hernia repair, your surgeon pushes the bulging tissues back into the abdomen while stitching and reinforcing the portion of the abdominal wall containing the defect. This procedure is also known as inguinal herniorrhaphy and open hernia repair. Surgery isn’t always necessary, but hernias generally don’t improve without it. In some cases, an untreated hernia can become life-threatening. While there are some side effects and risks associated with surgery, most people have positive results. What causes an inguinal hernia? The cause of inguinal hernias isn’t always known, but they could be the result of weak spots in the abdominal wall. Weaknesses can be due to defects present at birth or formed later in life. Some risk factors for inguinal hernia include: fluid or pressure in the abdomen heavy lifting, such as weightlifting repetitive straining during urination or bowel movements obesity chronic cough pregnancy Both adults and children can get inguinal hernias. Men are more likely to develop an inguinal hernia. People with a history of hernias are at increased risk of having another hernia as well. The second hernia usually occurs on the opposite side. What are the symptoms of an inguinal hernia? The symptoms of an inguinal hernia include a bulge in the groin area and pain, pressure, or aching at the bulge, especially when lifting, bending, or coughing. These symptoms usually subside during rest. Men may also have swelling around the testicles. You can sometimes gently push back the bulging tissue of a hernia when you lie on your back. You may not notice any symptoms if your inguinal hernia is small. See your doctor if you suspect you might have a hernia. Do I need an inguinal hernia repair? Immediate surgery isn’t always recommended when a hernia isn’t causing a problem. However, it’s important to note that most hernias won’t resolve without treatment. They may also become larger and more uncomfortable over time. Most people find the bulge from a hernia to be painless. Coughing, lifting, and bending might cause pain and discomfort, though. Your doctor may suggest surgery if: your hernia gets larger pain develops or increases you have difficulty performing daily activities A hernia can become very dangerous if your intestines become twisted or trapped. If this happens, you may have: fever increased heart rate pain nausea vomiting darkening of the bulge inability to push (reduce) your hernia back into the abdomen when you previously could If you have any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. This is a life-threatening condition requiring emergency surgery. What are the risks associated with inguinal hernia repair? The risks involved in any surgery include: breathing difficulties bleeding allergic reactions to anesthesia and other medications infection The following are some of the risks specific to inguinal hernia repair: The hernia may eventually come back. You may experience prolonged pain at the site. There could be damage to blood vessels. In men, the testicles could be harmed if connecting blood vessels are damaged. There could be nerve damage or damage to nearby organs. How do I prepare for inguinal hernia repair? When you meet with your doctor before the surgery, bring a list of all the prescription and over-the-counter medications you take. Make sure you ask for instructions about which medications you need to stop taking before surgery. This usually includes drugs that interfere with the blood’s ability to clot, such as aspirin. It’s also important to tell your doctor if you’re pregnant or think you may be pregnant. Ask your doctor for specific instructions regarding the procedure and your medical condition. You’ll probably need to stop eating or drinking after midnight on the night before your surgery. You’ll also need to arrange for someone to drive you home from the hospital after surgery. What’s the procedure for inguinal hernia repair? Open surgery or surgery with a laparoscope can usually repair an inguinal hernia. Open surgery Your surgeon will put you under general anesthesia to keep you asleep during the surgery and so you don’t feel any pain. They might decide to use local anesthesia if the hernia is small. In this case, you’ll be awake for the procedure, but you’ll receive medications to numb the pain and help you relax.
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Hernia: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
 
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Hernia: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Hernia is a common problem. It causes a localized bulge in the abdomen or groin. It can often be harmless and pain-free, but at times it can bring discomfort and pain. In this video, we investigate what a hernia is, the common causes of hernia, and how they are treated. Fast facts on hernias: Hernias often produce no troublesome symptoms, but abdominal complaints may signal a serious problem. They are usually straightforward to diagnose, simply by feeling and looking for the bulge. Treatment is a choice between watchful waiting and corrective surgery, either via an open or keyhole operation. Inguinal hernia surgery is more common in childhood and old age, while the likelihood of femoral hernia surgery increases throughout life. What is a hernia? A hernia occurs when there is a weakness or hole in the peritoneum, the muscular wall that usually keeps abdominal organs in place. This defect in the peritoneum allows organs and tissues to push through, or herniate, producing a bulge. The lump may disappear when the person lies down, and sometimes it can be pushed back into. Coughing may make it reappear.
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Inguinal Hernia - What Is It? Where Is It?
 
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Inguinal Hernia - What Is It? Where Is It? One of the types of hernias is an inguinal hernia. Here you will learn what an inguinal hernia is, how it happens, and everything else you need to know. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/JHSurgery General Surgeon - Dr. Buck Parker explains exactly what an inguinal hernia is, how it can occur, symptoms, treatments, etc... Dr. Buck Parker, MD is a Board Certified General Surgeon and can be found here online here: FB: facebook.com/drbuckparker IG: @drbuckparker Twitter: @drbuckparker Snapchat: buckparker Website: www.drbuckparker.com WATCH MORE HERE! Hernia Symptoms - When Should You Be Worried? https://youtu.be/-cgTjp5Yawk Appendicitis Symptoms, Signs & Removal https://youtu.be/fey_pHnSyzA Bowel Obstruction After Gallbladder Surgery - Why and How Does It Happen? https://youtu.be/BLc5bbjcuXA My Recommended Amazon Products: - Nootropics - Qualia (I take these myself) http://amzn.to/2kYqsy2 - About Being a Doctor - House of God (Classic book every doctor should read) http://amzn.to/2BURRo1 Complications http://amzn.to/2BU3awE Better http://amzn.to/2l0m7dG - My Favorite Trauma Book for Anyone - Top Knife http://amzn.to/2B3OTjO - USMLE Books - CRUSH (Best USMLE book ever) http://amzn.to/2kmWErb First Aid for USMLE Step 1 http://amzn.to/2BTcaSx Kaplan Step 1 Qbook http://amzn.to/2BTQKop - Med School Surgery Rotation Books - The ABSITE Review (Read this for your surgery rotation and crush it) http://amzn.to/2nOoMbv Surgical Recall (Get all the Big Questions Right) http://amzn.to/2nOuUQZ Advanced Surgical Recall http://amzn.to/2B3ZYBf Maxwell Quick Reference (To save your a## on rotations) http://amzn.to/2kYymb0
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Inguinal Hernia Symptoms and Hernia Treatment Options
 
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http://baysurgicalspecialists.com/inguinal-hernia-symptoms-hernia-treatment-options/ http://baysurgicalspecialists.com/hernia-repair-surgery/ Some inguinal hernias don't cause any symptoms, and you may not know you have one until your doctor discovers it during a routine medical exam. To learn more about the medical services we offer, contact us through our online form at http://baysurgicalspecialists.com/contact-us/ or call us directly (727) 456-8882. Bay Surgical Specialists 960 7th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33705USA Phone: (727) 456-8882 Fax: (727) 825-1357 http://baysurgicalspecialists.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BaySurgicalSpecialists Add us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/117312768059788615962 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/baysurgicals Follow us on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/baysurgery/ Dr. Kevin Huguet the Hernia Specialists https://plus.google.com/106996654031236788457/about "Inguinal hernia repair", "laparoscopic surgery", "hernia repair surgery", "protruding intestines", "hernia treatment", "hernia surgery", "General Surgery in St Petersburg" http://youtu.be/aj58nPwgCaQ
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Inguinal Hernia Symptoms and Treatment
 
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James E. Harris Jr., M.D., Johns Hopkins general surgeon practicing at Howard County General Hospital, describes what an inguinal hernia is, as well as the symptoms and treatment options. For more information about general surgery at Howard County General Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, please visit http://www.hcgh.org/generalsurgery.
Signs of Hernia | Inguinal hernia symptoms
 
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Hernia, Symptoms, and the Treatment explained  in Hindi by Dr. Paritosh Gupta, Artemis Hospitals
 
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A hernia is the exit of an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides. Types of hernia includes inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, hiatal hernia, femoral hernia and incisional hernia and laparoscopy is used for the surgery.
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Hernia Repair Inguinal (Laparoscopic) PreOp® Patient Engagement and Education
 
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StoreMD™ for Physician videos: http://store.preop.com http://PreOp.com & http://PostCare.com Your doctor has told you that you have a hernia. But what does that actually mean? In general terms, we can say that a hernia occurs when the layers that make up the abdominal wall weaken. In other words, the fabric of muscle and other tissues which protect the gut, develops a defect, or weakness. Through that defect the peritoneum (PER-IT-TA-NEE-UM) - and perhaps other organs - push their way outward, forming a lump which can be felt - and sometimes seen - protruding from the abdomen. During normal childhood development, boy's testes slowly descend from the interior of the abdomen, down into the scrotum. They pass through the abdominal wall by way of a natural passageway called the inguinal canal. In men, the inguinal canal contains blood vessels that supply the testes, as well as the vessel that carries sperm to the penis. Hernias that occur due to a weakness in the abdominal wall at the inguinal canal, are called inguinal hernias. And not surprisingly, men are 25 times more likely than women to experience a hernia in this area. Some inguinal hernias press directly through the floor of the inguinal canal. Others follow the route taken by the blood vessels that supply the testes. This kind of hernia - called an indirect hernia - can even push all the way into scrotum. Perhaps you're wondering: what causes a hernia to develop? There's no single cause. Most people understand that hernias can sometimes occur following sudden, forceful lifting. But most often, hernias develop gradually ... ... and finally make their appearance when the abdominal wall is under somewhat less dramatic pressure. Pregnancy, constipation, straining during urination - even repeated coughing - any of these actions can, in fact, put enough pressure on an abdominal weak spot to cause a hernia. Symptoms of hernias can vary. If you have a mild hernia, you may not even be aware of it. But in most cases, a hernia causes a noticeable lump or swelling. There may be some pain or discomfort - often increasing when standing, and subsiding when lying down. Hernias become more serious problems if abdominal contents - such as part of the small intestine or another organ - slide into the hernia sack and become trapped there. If those organs cannot slide easily back into the abdomen,the hernia is said to be irreducible. Irreducible hernias are often painful and can lead to complications. For example, if the intestine becomes trapped in the hernia sack it is said to be incarcerated. If the neck of the hernia sack actually pinches off the supply of blood to those organs which have become trapped inside, the hernia is said to be strangulated. These are both considered to be medical emergencies and if left untreated, an incarcerated or especially a strangulated hernia can lead to very severe illness and even death. Luckily, the vast majority of hernias are not considered to be emergencies. However, if you should ever feel a sudden onset of severe pain in your hernia, you should definitely seek immediate medical attention. Your Procedure: On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. The anesthesiologist will begin to administer anesthesia - most probably general anesthesia. The surgeon will then apply antiseptic solution to the skin around the area where the incisions will be made place a sterile drape around the operative site. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take effect, a small incision is made below the umbilicus; then, a hollow needle will be inserted through the abdominal wall. And the abdomen will be inflated with carbon dioxide. An umbilical port is created ... ... for the laparoscope. Two or more incisions will be made, with care taken to keep the openings as small as possible. Once in place, the laparoscope will provide video images that allow the surgeon to inspect the hernia and the surrounding tissues. Once the hernia has been located, the surgeon carefully opens the peritoneum in order to reveal the hernia sac. Next, the surgeon carefully draws the hernia sac back into the abdominal cavity. A mesh patch is then inserted over the opening in the peritoneum ... and is secured in place with surgical staples. This patch reinforces the weakened abdominal wall and helps prevent a second hernia from developing in the same space. Finally, the peritoneum is closed over the mesh - taking care to protect the spermatic cord. All of the instruments are withdrawn... the carbon dioxide is allowed to escape... and the skin is closed with sutures or staples. Finally, a sterile dressing is applied.
What is groin hernia? Inguinal hernia causes, symptoms, treatment
 
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Inguinal Hernia Repair or Surgical Correction of Inguinal Hernia
 
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Source: https://www.epainassist.com This 3D video demonstrates how the surgical correction of inguinal hernia is performed. This video provides you information about the Inguinal Hernia Repair or Surgical Correction of Inguinal Hernia What Is Inguinal Hernia? An inguinal hernia occurs when contents of the abdomen such as part of the small intestine or abdominal fat protrudes through a weak area in the lower abdominal wall or weakness in the muscle. The bulge resulting from inguinal hernia can be painful, especially when one coughs, bends over or lifts a heavy object. The area of the lower abdominal wall is also known as the inguinal region. The area between the chest and pelvis is the abdominal area. An inguinal hernia is not generally dangerous and it does not improve on its own. It can lead to life-threatening situations. Your physician may recommend surgery to fix your inguinal hernia that is painful. Inguinal hernia repair is one of the most common surgical procedures. What Are The Symptoms of Inguinal Hernia? Symptoms of inguinal hernia include: •If you have a bulge in the pelvis area, which becomes more obvious when you are upright, especially if one coughs or strains. •Aching or burning sensation at the protruded area. •Pain in the groin, especially when you bend over, cough or lift. •Weakness or pressure in the groin area. What Are The Causes of Inguinal Hernia? Causes of Inguinal Hernia Include: •Weak area in the abdominal wall. •High pressure within the abdomen •A combination of high pressure within the abdomen and a weak area in the abdominal wall. •Straining during urination or bowel movements. •Strenuous activities. •Pregnancy. How Is Inguinal Hernia Repair or Surgical Correction of Inguinal Hernia Done? There are two types of hernia operations 1.Open hernia repair. 2.Laparoscopic hernia repair. Open Inguinal Hernia Repair In this method, open inguinal hernia repair might be done with local anesthesia or general anesthesia, the surgeon makes an incision in the inguinal region and pushes the protruding tissue back into the right position in abdomen. A synthetic mesh may be used to close weak spot of abdomen. Then, the patient will be sent to recovery room and discharged as per the procedure protocol. Laparoscopic Surgical Correction of Inguinal hernia Repair This is a minimally invasive procedure and requires general anesthesia, the physician operates through several mini incisions in your abdomen. Gas is used for inflation of the abdomen to make the internal organs visible clearly. A laparoscope is inserted into one of the incisions. Guided by the tiny camera of laparoscope, the surgeon inserts small instruments through other incisions to repair the hernia using synthetic mesh or hernioplasty. After the procedure, the patient will be sent to recovery room and discharged to home as per the hospital protocol if there are no complications observed post procedure. Watch Related Videos for Health Information: 3D Video of Different Types of Hernia : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrOaYaktWWc&t=385s Abdominal Bloating: Home Remedies and Prevention Tips : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcM5p_HDMc 14 Amazing Home Remedies For Stomach Ache Or Abdominal Pain : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEOEdOKWV24 Related Articles: Inguinal Hernia: http://www.epainassist.com/sports-injuries/pelvic-groin-buttock-pain/inguinal-hernia-types-causes-symptoms-treatment-prevention-investigations Sports Hernia or Athletic Pubalgia: http://www.epainassist.com/sports-injuries/pelvic-groin-buttock-pain/sports-hernia-or-athletic-pubalgia-causes-symptoms-treatment-exercises Femoral Hernia: http://www.epainassist.com/sports-injuries/pelvic-groin-buttock-pain/femoral-hernia Hiatal Hernia or Hiatus Hernia: http://www.epainassist.com/abdominal-pain/stomach/hiatal-hernia-or-hiatus-hernia
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Inguinal Hernia: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Options
 
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Dr. Ian Cavin, DO, practicing at St. Mark's Hospital, talks about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of inguinal hernias.
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Hernia Causes, Symptoms & Treatment | Telugu | హెర్నియా | హెర్నియా చికిత్స | Dr Anand Kumar
 
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For More Videos : youtube.com/c/careandcure5 For Youtube Subscription: https://www.youtube.com/c/careandcure5?sub_confirmation=1 హెర్నియా A hernia is the exit of an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides.Hernias come in a number of different types. Most commonly they involve the abdomen, specifically the groin.[2] Groin hernias are most common of the inguinal type but may also be femoral. Other hernias include hiatus, incisional, and umbilical hernias. Symptoms are present in about 66% of people with groin hernias. This may include pain or discomfort especially with coughing, exercise, or going to the bathroom. Often it gets worse throughout the day and improves when lying down. A bulging area may occur that becomes larger when bearing down. Groin hernias occur more often on the right than left side. The main concern is strangulation, where the blood supply to part of the bowel is blocked. This usually produces severe pain and tenderness of the area. Hiatus or hiatal hernias often result in heartburn but may also cause chest pain or pain with eating. Risk factors for the development of a hernia include: smoking, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, obesity, pregnancy, peritoneal dialysis, collagen vascular disease, and previous open appendectomy, among others. Hernias are partly genetic and occur more often in certain families. It is unclear if groin hernias are associated with heavy lifting. Hernias can often be diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. Occasionally medical imaging is used to confirm the diagnosis or rule out other possible causes. The diagnosis of hiatus hernias is often by endoscopy. The first differentiating factor in hernia repair is whether the surgery is done open, or laparoscopically. Open hernia repair is when an incision is made in the skin directly over the hernia. Laparoscopic hernia repair is when minimally invasive cameras and equipment are used and the hernia is repaired with only small incisions adjacent to the hernia. These techniques are similar to the techniques used in laparoscopic gallbladder surgery. hernia inguinal hernia surgery hernia repair hernia repair surgery inguinal hernia repair hernia umbilical hernia de disco hernia discal lumbar hernia discal hernia de disco hernia hiatal surgery58.0 laparoscopic inguinal Hernia Repair Inguinal (Open) Surgery Patient Education Solution for Hernia Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist What is Hernia? Causes, Signs, Symptoms, Types, Pictures, Images and Treatment of Hernias Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair "IPOM" with Dual-Mesh What are symptoms of hernia in men and women | All types of hernia Introduction to Direct and Indirect Inguinal Hernia The Amazing Boy with Hernia Inguinal Hernia (2009) Inguinal Hernia Surgery 3D Medical Animation - Open Procedure How to Avoid Hernia Operation | Prof. Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist to Cure Hernia and Constipation Home Remedies for Hernia II हर्निया का घरेलू उपचार II Hernia Repair Inguinal Pediatric Inguinal Hernia Repair - Male Hernia, Symptoms, and the Treatment explained in Hindi by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Huge Hernia Repair Surgery (Hybrid hernioplasty) by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Inguinal Hernia Operation Video - Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Procedure Hérnia inguinal gigantesca / Giant inguinal hernia Open Inguinal Hernia Repair Using the Parietex EaseGrip™ Mesh Open Inguinal Hernia Repair Hernia Repair Inguinal (Open) Surgery Patient Education Step by Step demo of Hernia Surgery under Local Anaesthesia Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair Open Inguinal Hernia Repair at California Hernia Specialists Treating Hernia with Laparscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Inguinal Hernia Surgery 3D Medical Animation - Open Procedure Huge Hernia Repair Surgery (Hybrid hernioplasty) by Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Inguinal (Groin) Hernia Repair with Mesh Placement, Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist Umbilical hernia repair without mesh kitchen cures, Dr Anand Kumar Gastroenterologist, umbilical hernia in children, umbilical hernia after pregnancy, umbilical hernia symptoms, umbilical hernia surgery, umbilical hernia in adults, laparoscopic umbilical hernia repair, umbilical hernia repair video, umbilical hernia repair complications, umbilical hernia repair with mesh, umbilical hernia repair technique, umbilical hernia photos, umbilical hernia pictures Dr Ananad Kumar Dr Ananad Kumar ananya gastroenterology dr anand kumar gastroenterologist gastroenterologist gastroenterologist Doctor in Hyderabad gastroenterologist Doctor in India ananya gastroenterology gastroenterologist Doctor ananya gastroenterology Dr Ananad Kumar gastroenterologist Doctor in Banglore gastroenterologist Doctor in Dilsukhnagar gastroenterologist Doctor in Ameerpet gastroenterologist Doctor in Balkampet best gastroenterologist Doctor in Hyderabad
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What are symptoms of hernia in men and women | All types of hernia
 
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A hernia is the exit of an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides.Learn all about What are symptoms of hernia in men and women.Types of hernia includes inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, hiatal hernia, femoral hernia and incisional hernia. Healthy Life : A healthy lifestyle has both short and long term health benefits. Long term, eating a balanced diet, taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight can add many years to your life and reduce the risk of diseases So our channel is All about Helping to Make your Life Health. Subscribe my Channel for staying updated... Subscribe Here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc4zqPqX_GAiqmpCLKSRESA ►If you (owners) Found Any Of Clip Of You In This Video And You want to remove That Clip From This Video, please CONTACT US DIRECTLY Before Taking Any Action. We will Respectfully Remove it. HARD WORK IS KEY TO SUCCESS. Contact Details - zoyakkhanz1@gmail.com ►CONTENT DISCLAIMER!◄ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. I must state that in NO way, shape or form am I intending to infringe rights of the copyright holder. Content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. ►Music: The following music is royalty free and I have permission to use it under the Creative Commons license. No copyright intended.
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia
 
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10 Signs and Symptoms of a Hernia 1. Visible Lump The first sign of a hernia is often a noticeable swelling under the skin, which will likely turn into a visible lump or bulge. This protrusion forms as a sac in the organns (most commonly the intestines) but sometimes also in the wall of the abdomen, groin, or navel. Untreated hernias become severe and very painful as the muscle widens and splits, and as more and more intestinal organn or abdominal tissue is forced through the opening, forming an even larger sac. This notable protrusion, or bulging sac, is one of the primary characteristics of a hernia, and typically develops due to weakened tissue that’s present at birth or organn/tissue that wears down later in life. You may notice the bulge before you feel pain, but in many cases patients feel pain before the protrusion is noticeable to the nakedd eye. It’s very important that you go to your doctor as soon as you notice a lump as it may signify another health issue, such as type of abnormal growth or a cancerous tumor. 2. Pain Hernia pain can range from slightly uncomfortable to severely painful—particularly the longer you leave it untreated. Most times a new hernia will be painless. According to patient reports, hernia pain ranges from: - No pain at all, just a visual protrusion (or bulging sac) in the area of the groin or navel. - A pressure-filled or heavy sensation in the abdomen. This pressure can be exacerbated when the patient bends over to pick up an object or from sheer pressure due to bending at the waist. - Pain or aching that gradually worsens with exerting movement, such as lifting, bending over to retrieve objects, carrying heavy objects, or sitting for long periods of time (i.e., at a desk or in a vehicle) can become excruciating. However, if the pain is severe, the hernia may be strangulated (which means that the blood supply is cut off). You can’t ignore a strangulated hernia as the pain will be so excruciating and you will require immediate medical attention. 3. A Full Feeling A heavy, full, bloated, or uncomfortable feeling in your gut is common to those with umbilical or hiatal hernias in the abdominal area. Umbilical hernias are hernias that develop in the intestine and protrude via an opening in the layered abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernias are most typical in infants (roughly at age 1 to 3-years old) that are born with weak organn or abdominal tissues. However, these hernias can appear in adulthood as well. Hiatal herinas, on the other hand, results from sacs in the stomach that force tissue up through your diaphragm opening (known as the hiatus). Small hiatal hernias aren’t usually an issue, however, larger hiatal hernias can result in pain when food and acid back up into the esophagus, as the esophagus passes through the hiatus on route to the stomach. A feeling characterized as a dragging sensation in your groin, may be a inguinal hernia (which is a soft tissue hernia of the abdominal cavity (or omentum) that presses through weakened abdominal muscles) or a femoral hernia (a sac in the groin and thigh made up of intestine forcing into the wall of the femoral canal). These hernias will hurt whenever you sit or bend over to pick up an object. 4. Stomach Upset Tummy troubles—including difficulty digesting meals, heartburn, lingering digestive upset, nausea, and bowell issues such as constipation—may occur with hernias located in the groin or abdominal areas, such as an inguinal hernia, which bulges out of the groin near the lower abdomen and the thigh. Stomach upset can occur as an inguinal hernia slips in and out of the abdomen into the inguinal canal. A doctor can ease the feeling with a gentle massage that manipulates the hernia back into the abdomen. If an hernia becomes strangulated (or blood supply is cut off) you will experience nausea and vomiting and have difficulty passing gas and having a bowell movement. A strangulated hernia requires immediate emergency medical attention as it is life-threatening to the patient. 5. Reduced Blood Supply 6. Nerve Discomfort 7. Vomiting 8. Muscle Weakness 9. Pain with Movement 10. Difficulty with Daily Activities See Our Another Vedeos: 1. Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia,....: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNrjXC3jMfI Subcribe my chanel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1
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Hernia Repair Inguinal (Open) Surgery Patient Education
 
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http://facebook.com/PreOp and http://PreOp.com Patient Education Company http://www.PreOp.com Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO Your doctor has recommended that you undergo surgery to repair a hiatal hernia. But what does that actually mean? Your diaphragm is a muscle that separates your chest from your abdomen and helps you to breathe. Normally, the diaphragm has an opening for the esophagus to pass through where it connects with the stomach. A hiatal hernia occurs when part of the stomach pushes upward through this small opening. Medical Malpractice Your hiatal hernia may be causing considerable discomfort, with symptoms like heartburn, difficulty swallowing, chest pain and belching. The reasons why hiatal hernias form are not known, but they are quite common. A hernia is dangerous only if it becomes strangulated. That means that the portion of the stomach that is pushed up into the chest may become pinched - preventing blood from reaching it. Medical Malpractice If this happens, you may require emergency surgery to restore blood flow and to repair the hernia. Luckily, the vast majority of hernias are not considered to be emergencies. However, if you should ever feel a sudden onset of severe pain in your chest or stomach, you should seek medical attention immediately. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully explain the reasons behind this recommendation. Patient Education Company In general terms, we can say that a hernia occurs when the layers that make up the abdominal wall weaken. In other words, the fabric of muscle and other tissues which protect the gut, develops a defect, or weakness. Through that defect the peritoneum (PER-IT-TA-NEE-UM) - and perhaps other organs - push their way outward, forming a lump which can be felt - and sometimes seen - protruding from the abdomen. In men, the inguinal canal contains blood vessels that supply the testes, as well as the vessel that carries sperm to the penis. Hernias that occur due to a weakness in the abdominal wall at the inguinal canal, are called inguinal hernias. And not surprisingly, men are 25 times more likely than women to experience a hernia in this area. Patient Education Company On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. In the operating room, a nurse will begin preparation by clipping or shaving your groin. The surgeon will then apply antiseptic solution to the skin over the hernia, place a sterile drape around the operative site and will inject a local anesthetic. Usually, the surgeon will inject more than one spot - to make sure that the entire area is thoroughly numb. Or in the case of a spinal, the anesthetic will be injected into the small of your back. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take effect, Patient Education Patient Education Company
ABDOMINAL HERNIA (INGUINAL HERNIA) Symptoms, Causes & Treatments
 
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ABDOMINAL HERNIA (INGUINAL HERNIA) Symptoms, Causes & Treatments OVERVIEW An inguinal hernia occurs when tissue, such as part of the intestine, protrudes through a weak spot in the abdominal muscles. The resulting bulge can be painful, especially when you cough, bend over or lift a heavy object. An inguinal hernia isn't necessarily dangerous. It doesn't improve on its own, however, and can lead to life-threatening complications. Your doctor is likely to recommend surgery to fix an inguinal hernia that's painful or enlarging. Inguinal hernia repair is a common surgical procedure. SYMPTOMS Inguinal hernia signs and symptoms include: • A bulge in the area on either side of your pubic bone, which becomes more obvious when you're upright, especially if you cough or strain • A burning or aching sensation at the bulge • Pain or discomfort in your groin, especially when bending over, coughing or lifting • A heavy or dragging sensation in your groin • Weakness or pressure in your groin • Occasionally, pain and swelling around the testicles when the protruding intestine descends into the scrotum You should be able to gently push the hernia back into your abdomen when you're lying down. If not, applying an ice pack to the area may reduce the swelling enough so that the hernia slides in easily. Lying with your pelvis higher than your head also may help. CAUSES Some inguinal hernias have no apparent cause. Others might occur as a result of: • Increased pressure within the abdomen • A pre-existing weak spot in the abdominal wall • A combination of increased pressure within the abdomen and a pre-existing weak spot in the abdominal wall • Straining during bowel movements or urination • Strenuous activity • Pregnancy • Chronic coughing or sneezing In many people, the abdominal wall weakness that leads to an inguinal hernia occurs at birth when the abdominal lining (peritoneum) doesn't close properly. Other inguinal hernias develop later in life when muscles weaken or deteriorate due to aging, strenuous physical activity or coughing that accompanies smoking. TREATMENTS If your hernia is small and isn't bothering you, your doctor might recommend watchful waiting. In children, the doctor might try applying manual pressure to reduce the bulge before considering surgery. Enlarging or painful hernias usually require surgery to relieve discomfort and prevent serious complications. There are two general types of hernia operations — open hernia repair and laparoscopic repair.
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Symptoms of Hernia - Hernia Belts
 
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Hernia Belts - http://www.tinyurl.com/herniabelt Symptoms of Hernia - Hernia Belts Symptoms of Hernia. Hernias can affect men, women and children. A hernia occurs when part of an internal organ bulges through a weak area of muscle. The most typical symptoms of hernia are pain in the hips or groin area i.e. on either side between the lower ribs and pelvis and the lower part of the back. The bulge may seem harmless but may cause pain especially when coughing or bending over. A hernia does not heal by itself and can lead to complications, which can be serious and life threatening. Surgical repair may be necessary to treat symptoms due to an enlarging hernia. It is best to get a Hernia Belt.
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How to Cure Hernia Naturally Without Surgery in Men and Women
 
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A hiatal hernia is a condition in which a small part of the stomach protrudes through an opening in the diaphragm into the chest cavity. The diaphragm is the sheet of muscle that divides the chest from the abdomen. Hiatal hernias are most common in people who are 50 or older and obese. The exact cause of hiatal hernias is still unknown, but weak supportive tissues can be a leading factor. Other factors include pressure on the stomach and surrounding muscles, age-related changes in the diaphragm and being born with an unusually large hiatus (opening in the diaphragm). Poor posture while sitting, lifting heavy objects, obesity, excessive smoking and too much stress in life also put you at higher risk. A small hiatal hernia rarely causes signs or symptoms. However, a large hiatal hernia can cause symptoms like heartburn, chest pain, difficulty swallowing, abdominal pain, fatigue, frequent belching and feeling especially full after meals. Along with medicines, lifestyle and dietary changes as well as simple home remedies can help relieve the symptoms of a hiatal hernia. A small number of cases may require surgery.
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Inguinal Hernia: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
 
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The Hernia Center of Southern California discusses the inguinal hernia, also known as, a groin hernia. Dr. David Albin has performed over 10,000 inguinal hernia surgeries and has 25+ years of experience. He explains the causes of an inguinal hernia, as well as, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. Visit http://www.herniaonline.com/ for more information.
Congenital Inguinal Hernia - Herniotomy by Dr Praveen Choudhary
 
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Congenital Inguinal hernia in female child is not common. Herniotomy is the treatment of choice. It can be performed by giving a very small incision.
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Strangulated female inguinal hernia
 
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Female newborn with palpable groin mass was addressed to ultrasound with suspected inguinal hernia. At ultrasound of groin visualized cystic mass with heterogeneous part around(ovary and intestine) with slightly bloodflow in the hernial sac neck at CFM. Diameter of the hernial sac neck much smaller than hernial sac body - strangulation. Source: http://www.uzgraph.net/forum/cases/0/36/strangulated-inguinal-hernia.htm
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Abdominal Wall Hernias
 
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Dr. Peter Geller, surgeon emeritus at Columbia University Medical Center, explains the anatomy of the abdominal wall, the causes of abdominal wall hernias, and methods of hernia treatment. You can learn more about hernia at Columbia University Department of Surgery at: http://columbiasurgery.org/hernia
Ultrasound Tutorial: Inguinal/Femoral Hernia Assessment | Radiology Nation
 
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Learn the basics of hernia ultrasound in just 5 minutes! Like and Subscribe for more of our content! Visit our website: https://www.radiologynation.com Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/radiologynation Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/radiology.nation Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radiologynation Follow our co-founder on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/nanapragasam Radiology Nation is solely for educational purposes. The video tutorials are designed to support qualified healthcare professionals and are not intended to replace current accepted training models.
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Robotic LIH Repair (Female)
 
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Repair of a left inguinal hernia using the DaVinci® surgical robotic system in a female patient.
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How To Operate - Inguinal Hernia Repair
 
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How to Operate: For MRCS Candidates and Other Surgical Trainees Inguinal Hernia Repair The videos provide a clearly narrated guide to operative practice, pitched for the junior trainee starting out in the operating theatre. The narration tackles the realities of operations and their difficulties with useful tips and a common sense, occasionally humorous approach not found in more senior and specialist titles that often seem to present a more polished version of reality than one encounters in your own operating theatre. The procedures videoed cover the breadth of a typical core surgical training rotation, including general, vascular, urological, orthopaedic, upper gastrointestinal, ENT, breast, and colorectal procedures. For example, within upper gastrointestinal surgery the videos feature gastrectomy, splenectomy, gastrojejunostomy, open cholecystectomy, and thoracotomy. It is perhaps surprising that no-one has already put such a training package together. Many have used Acland’s anatomy DVDs for MRCS revision, and although sub-specialist operative training DVDs do exist these are limited in scope and are prohibitively expensive. It must surely have been a labour of love to assemble and edit these training videos all together, and the author and production team are to be congratulated on bringing this to life as well as they have. In the modern multimedia age this could well become as essential as Kirk’s seminal text on basic surgical techniques was to previous generations climbing the slippery surgical ladder. Table of Contents ➤ General ➥ Inguinal hernia repair ➥ Split skin graft ➥ Femoral hernia repair ➥ Incision and drainage of abscess ➥ Wedge resection for ingrown toenail ➥ Paraumbilical and umbilical hernia repair ➥ Appendicectomy ➥ Establishing a pneumoperitoneum ➥ Laparotomy ➤ Vascular ➤ Urology ➤ Orthopaedics ➤ Upper gastrointestinal ➤ Breast ➤ Ear, nose and throat ➤ Colorectal ➤ Appendices ➤ Extras ↯↯WebSite↯↯ https://www.librosmedicina.org/ ↯↯Follow Us on Instagram↯↯ http://instagram.com/soymedicina
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My Inguinal Hernia Repair Surgery and Recovery
 
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I had an inguinal hernia repair surgery on December 13th, 2012, and recorded this video throughout the procedure and during my recovery period. The hernia was in my groin area on the right side and was causing discomfort, especially when I was standing still for extended periods. The problem was that you aren't supposed to lift more than 10 pounds for 4 weeks after the surgery, and I travel regularly as part of my career. I first noticed the hernia in August but had to wait until December because I had a busy travel schedule during the fall season. If I didn't do the operation during this window, I would have to wait until a year later in December 2013. So I decided to get it done. The doctor described a number of risk factors associated with hernia surgery, including extensive bruising and possible chronic pain. They insert a mesh screen where the hernia is located and the chronic pain can sometimes result from the body not accepting that mesh. In those cases, although rare, the only final solution is to remove the mesh screen, which of course results in the same hernia you started with. Anyway, I know a lot of people who have had hernia repair surgeries and none of them have experienced any problems as a result. This video has clips from before the surgery, immediately following the surgery and during the three days following the surgery. I hope it provides some guidance for others who might be preparing for similar procedures themselves. I also hope those who watch this video will share their own thoughts and experiences in the comment section below. Thank you for watching and for reading this extended description as well!
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Right Inguinal Hernia Repair (Female Patient)
 
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Dr. Peter Geller, surgeon emeritus at Columbia University Medical Center, presents a right inguinal hernia repair on a 19 year old female patient with no prior hernia surgeries and no gastrointestinal complaints.