How To Deal With Recurrent Hernias?
Hello, I am 34 years old experiencing hernia / down bero 9 years ago had surgery but now it happens a bit bigger already, I prevented massage / massage but no results. Living in the village with a variety of odd jobs, I’ve tried to avoid heavy work. The question is, I’ve had surgery but relapsed again whether due to weak tissue causes hernia lg.Does surgery not guarantee permanent recovery. What is the estimated operating costs for now at the District Hospital, because at that time the operation was using Jamkesmas. For the enlightenment, we thank you very much. Wassalamu Alaikum
Hello Aryo, thank you for asking.
A hernia is a condition in which organs in the abdomen or pelvis come out through a weak connective tissue gap or injured muscle. The most common hernias include the removal of part of the intestine or intestinal hangers from a weak connective tissue gap. There are also several types of hernias in the form of stomach contents out of the abdominal cavity and into the chest cavity. Some conditions of the hernia where the intestines or hangers come out of the connective tissue are:
- inguinal hernia (out through connective tissue gaps in the groin / groin, the most common form and most experienced by men)
- Femoral hernia (exits through a gap between the thigh muscles)
umbilical hernia (exiting through the navel)
- scrotal hernia (out through the testicular sac)
- incisional hernia (abdominal organs coming out through a surgical incision)
Hernias can occur repeatedly due to weak connective tissue, especially if there is a history of previous hernias and a history of heavy work. Recurrent hernias can occur at the same location or at another location. You should consult with a digestive surgeon at hospitals type A or B that accept BPJS. If the hospital should work together with BPJS, surgery services can be provided free of charge or at least partially borne by the BPJS costs. We cannot provide estimates of costs because costs depend on each hospital. In the meantime you can carry out activities as usual, but you must remain vigilant, if the hernia cannot reenter, accompanied by symptoms of nausea, vomiting, high fever, abdominal pain, then you may be in an emergency so you must go to the hospital immediately. Avoid massaging the herni or stomach because of the risk of abdominal organ adhesions.
Hopefully this explanation brings enlightenment for you. Regards.