Solution To Overcome Hernias And Often Urinating?
regards. like this I plan around 2 months again I will travel a distance of about 3 weeks. I used to have a hernia surgery in a testicular bag and it didn’t feel like it was relapsing for a long time and I just let it sit for years. and the hernia was still in the bag but it didn’t hurt or hurt. It just dropped and sagged. and not long after the operation I began to feel like BAK always but a little until now I also let it. 2 months ago I had a urinary tract infection and was treated by a doctor. I ask for a long trip I have a long walk for 4 days from pg to evening whether it is dangerous for my hernia or not. because I just learned to wear magnetic hernia pants for that activity. plan after returning home i will be operating. how is it safe to walk. thanks.
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Basically, the hernia will increase down / out when you stand or walk a long time, lifting heavy objects, or straining. Therefore, if you want to travel long distances with walking activities for a long time, it is very possible your hernia will increasingly come out. Hernias that are left out can increase the risk of complications, namely incarcerated hernias or strangulated hernias. Incarcerated hernias occur when the intestine that comes out can not be put back. This can cause interference with the movement of the intestine to blockage of the intestine. Strangulated hernias are the most dangerous complication of hernias, namely the disruption of blood flow to the area of the intestine that comes out. Disruption of blood flow can cause intestinal tissue to die (experience necrosis), so that rupture and cause inflammation and infection in the abdominal cavity. This condition is an emergency condition that requires immediate surgery.
You should do the surgery first before planning a long trip. Or if you really want to postpone the operation until the end of your trip, then you should carefully consider the risks. Make sure you check yourself with a surgeon so you can be sure your condition is okay and can indeed take long leg trips. Also make sure there are hospitals that have surgical services that can be easily reached at your destination if suddenly these complications occur.
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