Do Hernias With Symptoms Of Dizziness, Nausea, Abdominal Pain And Vomiting Need Surgery?
Night. I went to the massage staff. I said hernia. I searched the internet for the same traits as the symptoms that I experienced. Suddenly I was dizzy. Nausea. Stomach ache. Throw up. What are the symptoms of my hernia including severe. Do you have to get surgery right away?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. But before continuing, a hernia is a medical diagnosis, and for that, the conclusion must be a doctor. Your massage therapist can be right, but he does not have the competence to make a diagnosis, so it is prone to misunderstanding. Even those who are just doctors can still experience misunderstandings and make misdiagnoses, let alone non-doctors. Therefore to avoid this, you should repeat your examination to the surgeon. Because even if you do have a hernia, you also need to be checked first to get treatment.
Back to your question, a hernia is a condition where an organ in the body comes out of its original place and fills another cavity. Generally, this condition is characterized by the appearance of bumps on the body, which can disappear and arise depending on position and activity. The appearance of this lump, by the layman can also be mistaken for the condition of lipoma or growth of fat tissue, verruca vulgaris, a form of inflammation, or other abnormalities. So it is important to check yourself directly, to be able to be distinguished from this condition.
For hernias themselves, a sign that he needs to be operated on is that he cannot return on his own, has caused disturbing symptoms, such as intense pain, digestive disorders, greater, and frequent relapses. With the symptoms you are experiencing, if you really have a hernia, you should get surgery. But if it turns out that the results of the examination was not a hernia, and the condition of dizziness, nausea and vomiting and stomach pain turned out to be due to an infection or stomach acid disease, then most likely you do not need surgery.
Therefore, you should immediately check yourself with a surgeon, do not go to a massage therapist until it is declared acceptable by your doctor, avoid bending, avoid lifting heavy loads, multiply eating vegetables and fruit, meet the needs of fluids, maintain ideal body weight, and do not push when defecating. So, hopefully answering your question.