Hernia Relationship With Shortness Of Breath?
Hello .. r nSorry, I want to ask, I have had a hernia since birth in the lower part of the vagina, the hernia is always swollen when I’m tired, but if I’m not tired, it’s not swollen … oh yes can a hernia cause shortness of breath, the problem is From when I left junior high school, now I have started to feel sorry for my breath and pain, and is it really hard for a child to have a hernia … please help me .. r nWassalam …
From the information you have conveyed, it is necessary to confirm that there is a hernia in your vaginal area. So it is necessary to do a direct examination by your gynecologist.
Some of the conditions that give the picture you are complaining about can include uterine prolapse, or the uterus descending into the vaginal canal, so you can feel a lump in the vagina, swelling, to complaints of pain.
In a patient with uterine prolapse, the weakness in the support of the organs around the uterus, and its surroundings can cause the associated organs to descend with all its implications.
However, this condition also needs to be confirmed directly by your gynecologist so that you can visit a gynecologist, especially when your complaints arise.
If this complaint appears due to fatigue, lack of sleep, or due to certain strenuous activities, then you should limit yourself to these trigger factors. That way, you can have a good recovery period.
With regard to the risk of pregnancy, this complaint does not affect the chances of pregnancy. However, this condition will have implications during pregnancy, such as vaginal pain during your pregnancy, and this condition can be taken before and during your pregnancy.
That is the information we can convey, read also cross-cutting.