inguinal hernia treatment without surgery
In the case of Inguinal Hernia, the loop of the Small intestine in our body or the abdominal fat health enters the lingual canal, which is a tubular passage through the lower layers of the abdominal wall. According to the majority of surveys conducted Inguinal Hernia, is most commonly seen in men with a lifetime risk of 27% and 3 % in women.
In men, Inguinal Hernia it is developed in the groin area near the scrotum on one or sometimes both the side. It is treatable by Surgery and mostly self- diagnosed. It ranges from 10 to 1 Lakh population in the United Kingdom.
Inguinal hernia symptoms
Inguinal Hernia may arise anytime from infancy to childhood in patients. It mostly occurs in people who have weak abdominal muscles and likely occurred in men more. In other cases, it can also be caused by excessive straining on the abdominal walls due to heavy lifting or through weight gain, coughing, or due to bowel movements and urination problems. It causes mild to moderate discomfort/pain that increases with our activities.
It accounts for 20 million cases annually making Inguinal Hernia repair one of the most common surgeries performed in the world. Inguinal Hernia cases account for 75% abdominal wall hernias.
TYPES OF INGUINAL HERNIA
Direct Inguinal Hernia is caused when the connective degeneration of the tissue in the abdominal muscles which causes the weakening of muscles during the adulthood stage. It has occurred mostly in men and it involves fat sliding through weak muscles into the groin area.
The main reason for Direct In lingual Hernia is due to
Indirect Inguinal Hernia
It is developed when the babies are inside the womb and mostly occurred in males compared to females. It happens when the entrance of the Inguinal Hernia Canal ring doesn’t close as it should after birth causing weakness in the abdominal wall.
Doctors conduct a thorough medical history of the patient and conducts physical examination. To diagnose, the doctor usually asks the person to stand and cough so that the doctor can fee that the hernia is moving to the groin.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
A small bulge in one or both side of the groin which results in an increase in size and which disappears when lying down.
Discomfort /Pain especially during a long period of standing, straining, or lifting heavy items and, also some exercises during the time of resting.
A burning sensation or ache feeling at the bulge.
Feeling weakness or, pain in the groin area.
Tissue Repair, Open mesh Repair, and Lapro Endoscopic mesh repair are the most common repair techniques out of 100 plus techniques for In lingual and Femoral Hernia.
Surgery is the treatment of choice which varies from nylon down, shoulder layered, and to a laparoscopic repair. Laparoscopic repair is associated with a longer duration of time compared to the open mesh repair technique for Inguinal Hernia. Laparoscopic Surgery comes with high chances of recurrence in fewer years but causes less chronic pain and numbness. In Laparoscopic repair, patients return to normalcy in a quick time compared to open repair.
The recovery period for Inguinal Hernia Repair is 5-8 days which is been given by doctors. But it will take at least 3 months of complete rest for returning to work. The size of the mesh used in open mesh repair ranges from 33 inches to 36 inches.