Limited Activity Due To Hernia?
Good morning, good health always u0026amp; useful for all people r n Directly to the topic, yes: r nSince childhood in the (sorry) right seed went down, even if there was a blockage (it came down and it was difficult to get back into the stomach) when it entered high school it could be normal quotation marks “when lying down can be normal, the contents of the stomach can return to its position, but when standing up the stomach part goes back down, until now the age of 31, if you can’t even work hard, so it’s lacking So what is the solution to return to normal? Please explain, thank you in advance u0026amp ; always success
Thank you, Mas Achonk, for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, a hernia condition is a condition where there is a part of the body that sticks out because there are certain organs or parts that press on weak muscle tissue or surrounding tissue. Where there are several types of hernia conditions, but one of them that is quite frequent is a scrotal hernia. This cortical hernia is a condition in which a lump appears in one of the testicles, due to the intestine penetrating the weak abdominal muscle tissue. So that in this situation symptoms appear such as:
- Looks a lump on the testicles, which usually can come and go
- there can be severe pain if the intestine is pinched
- If you are laughing loudly or coughing, the lump will usually appear bigger
A hernia condition is a condition that needs to be taken seriously, because a person cannot predict when the intestine will be pinched. If the intestine is pinched, this condition is very dangerous, because it can cause tissue death in the squeezed intestine so that it requires cutting the associated intestine. Therefore, in conditions of hernia that have not experienced intestinal clamping, it is better to immediately perform an operation to improve the current condition. Where the operation is carried out generally will push back the intestines that go down and then will be installed a special kind of net in the stomach to prevent the intestines from falling back into the testicles again. Therefore, you should immediately consult a surgeon about your current condition so that you can be directly examined to confirm the current condition before any further action planning is given.
Here is another discussion about a scrotal hernia
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dr. Christian Chandra