Ignoring leads to rotting of organs! It all starts with this symptom

Ignoring leads to rotting of organs It all starts with

Inguinal hernia, defined as inguinal hernia, is the most common abdominal wall hernia and occurs in the inguinal region. Inguinal hernia, which is about 3 times more common in men than in women, constitutes 80% of all hernia types. Inguinal hernia is the abnormal protrusion of the abdominal tissues, causing swelling on the skin. Society does not have enough awareness about inguinal hernia, which is seen in one out of every 10 men. Many people think that an inguinal hernia will heal on its own. However, inguinal hernia is one of the diseases that should definitely be treated.

Inguinal Hernia SYMPTOMS

Some hernias are noticed during routine controls and do not cause any complaints. Although inguinal hernias do not show any acute symptoms, they are usually characterized by swelling or swelling in the inguinal region. The person usually feels relaxation and pain in the groin. These soft and compressible swellings appear when the intra-abdominal pressure increases and disappear when the person lies down. There may be a feeling of burning and pain on the swelling. Pressure, discomfort and pain are felt during heavy lifting. Pain may be felt after meals and in some cases may lead to constipation. In some types, the hernia descends to the scrotum and swelling is seen in this area. Although most of the time the diagnosis is made by physical examination, in some cases, inguinal ultrasound is requested by the physician.

WHAT CAUSES groin hernia?

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Hereditary causes, decrease in collagen synthesis, weakening of connective tissues, old age, excessive weakening or weight gain, heavy lifting, constipation, straining, chronic cough, urinary difficulty, pregnancy, traumas, tumors in the abdomen can also cause hernia formation. Other factors that cause the formation of inguinal hernia are as follows:

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  • Chronic lung diseases
  • chronic constipation
  • Prostate diseases
  • genetic factors
  • to be born premature
  • Having had previous hernia surgery
  • Smoking
  • extreme exercise

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DO NOT TREAT AN INJUNIAL Hernia?

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Inguinal hernia can reach life-threatening dimensions as a result of sagging and compression of the internal organs that play a role in its formation. This risk is mostly caused by strangulation of the hernia. The dome-shaped protrusion, which was soft at first, becomes tense, painful and does not shrink when lying down. Since the compressed organ cannot be supplied with enough blood, it can cause gangrene formation, perforation or peritonitis, known as inflammation of the intra-abdominal membrane. A strangulated hernia is a condition that must be operated on urgently.

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