The Right Stomach Feels Lumpy But There Is No Lump?
Afternoon, sorry I want to ask my complaint. R nI felt a lump under my right stomach (bruise). If you use it squatting feels like a lump. But when touched there was no lump. If it is pressed it hurts. Right now I am waddling. Some say that this is a symptom of a hernia. Is this true? Does the hernia always have to be operated on? R nThank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We need to say beforehand that feeling a lump and bruising are two different things. Bruises are reddish, bluish or greenish colors under the skin due to the buildup of blood in the area. Usually bruises appear because of bleeding because the body is hit by something.
For a sense of blockage, this condition is actually subjective and must be done further to be sure. Hernia, usually the main complaint of a hernia is the appearance of a lump (usually comes and goes at an early stage), and not a subjective complaint in the form of a lump. Other possibilities for this stage can include bladder stones, prostate problems, and urinary tract infections.
Our advice is that you should check with your doctor first to do a two-way history dig, related physical examination and supporting examinations in the form of X-rays, ultrasounds, blood tests and or urine tests to be able to better see which direction you are experiencing. If it is proven to have a hernia, then surgery is the only way. But not all of them have to be operated on immediately. There are levels of its own and if it's still early days doctors will usually give a deadline until it gets to the stage where it really needs surgery.
Meanwhile, avoid heavy lifting, push too hard, drink lots of water, vegetables and fruit, avoid holding back urination, and maintain overall body hygiene. So, hopefully it answers your question.