Treatment For A Descended Bowel (hernia) Other Than Surgery?
Good evening my name, Riski, I want to ask you about colon disease. My uncle now has a decreased intestine. For one month he has been suffering from the disease, he often complains of pain but is reluctant to have surgery, is there any traditional healing or other way to reduce the pain and cure the disease besides surgery? thanks.
A descending bowel disease or commonly referred to as a hernia is a condition in which there is a decrease in the gastrointestinal tract due to the weakness of the supporting tissue. Hernias have risk factors such as frequent lifting of heavy objects, excessive straining, old age, and obesity. Hernias are also generally more common in men than women.
Hernias can cause symptoms such as the appearance of a lump in the stomach or groin area, or the intestine may also descend into the testicles so that the testicles appear enlarged. If your uncle already feels sick, then this is because the intestine has been pinched in the mouth of the hernia, so that the squeezing of the intestine can cause the squeezed intestine to lack oxygen and can cause intestinal rupture and intestinal death. This can be dangerous, and requires immediate surgery.
There is no treatment using medicinal drugs or traditional medicine. Surgery is needed to free the pinched intestine. Do not do traditional therapy, because it can cause delay in medical assistance. Immediately consult a surgeon specialist.
Here's an article that you can read about hernias
may be useful. thank you