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Hernia is a common medical condition. About 10 to 12 percent of the adult population in India has it at some point of life.The main contributors to hernia in India are congenital muscle weakness and age-related deficiencies.

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What is Hernia?

A hernia is a medical condition that can happen when the muscles around an organ near the abdomen weaken. This can cause the intestine or other tissues to come out through the weak spot.

A hernia can occur in many different areas, but it is most common in the abdomen, between the chest and hips. It can also appear in the upper thigh and groin areas.

There are several reasons why people get hernias. Some of these reasons have to do with smoking, poor nutrition, chronic constipation, and tobacco use.

Hernias need surgery to prevent life-threatening complications.

A hernia can appear in people of any age group.

What are the different types of hernias? How do they form?

There are two types of hernias: congenital and acquired. Congenital hernias are present at birth, while acquired hernias develop over time. Hernias can be caused by many things like weak muscle tissue, obesity, or heavy lifting.

Umbilical hernia, Incisional hernia, Femoral hernia, Hiatal hernia and pigastric hernia

Some causes for hernia are Obesity, Pregnancy, Increased physical exertion in the abdomen, Heavy and frequent coughing or sneezing, Heavy or regular weightlifting.

You might notice some symptoms if you have hernia like a small lump in the area, discomfort or pain in the groin or abdomen when doing physical activities, discomfort during coughing or sneezing, constipation, discomfort when walking or sitting, burning and aching sensations in the abdomen.

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Diagnosis for Surgery

If you have a hernia, your doctor might do some tests. The doctor will look at you and might give you an ultrasound, a CT scan, or an MRI.

Ultrasound, CT scan and MRI.

There is only one treatment that can permanently fix a hernia- surgery. But before you decide to go through with surgery, your doctor will physically examine the protruding area. To get an accurate diagnosis, the doctor might ask you to stand, strain or cough.

If you delay treatment for your medical condition, it can get worse and you might not even know it. Suddenly, you might have very severe complications. This could lead to a medical emergency.

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Here are some questions to ask your doctor.

What is the most effective treatment for hernia?

Will the anaesthesia cause any problems for me since I have some health conditions?

When can I go back to my daily routine activities?

What are the chances that my hernia will come back?

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