Signs and symptoms of hernia

Many hernias present no problem, showing a painless swelling that gives no symptoms.

Hernias may bring discomfort and pain, which may be worse when standing, straining, or lifting heavy items. Most people eventually see a doctor with a sore or growing swelling.

Hernias can cause an emergency need for surgery, such as when part of the gut becomes obstructed or strangulated by an inguinal hernia.

Immediate medical attention should be sought if an inguinal hernia produces acute abdominal complaints such as:

  • Pain
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting.

The swelling in these cases is typically firm and tender and cannot usually be reduced back up into the abdomen.

Hiatal hernia can produce symptoms of acid reflux – producing heartburn when stomach acid gets into the esophagus.

Hernia Treatment Solution Is To Use A Celana Hernia

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