Symptoms Of Hernia Symptoms?
.. mw ask … My child is a 17-year-old girl, she cries if the left side of the upper part of her shins hardens, but it doesn’t hurt, if it doesn’t cry it’s normal like usual … Q reads it says it’s a hernia symptom, really gag, then what the treatment …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When crying, coughing, sneezing, straining or lifting heavy loads, our abdominal muscles tighten and the pressure in the abdominal cavity increases. This causes if there is a weak abdominal wall part of the intestine in it can get out of place and this is called a hernia. Hernias are usually marked by the appearance of a lump, can disappear or arise permanently, which if lost arise usually arise when doing one of the activities above.
In the case of your child, we cannot confirm whether he has a hernia or not, because we do not see it directly. Even if you look at it from your description, it's probably a hernia. Therefore, to be more certain, you should check your child at a pediatrician first to be seen firsthand to avoid misunderstanding. This is important because regardless of what the conditions are, the handling must go through an examination first.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much because this condition is generally harmless. Simply meet your child's nutritional needs as usual and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.