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A “break” (inguinal, thigh, umbilical, abdominal wall, scar or diaphragmatic fracture. “Hernia” - not a broken bone!) Is a gap in the abdominal wall muscles through which the peritoneum extends outwards like the fingers of a glove. The void can be congenital or acquired. Intestines can slip into the peritoneal protuberance and pinch. This situation can be life threatening.
It is therefore necessary to operationally close the gap that has arisen in good time (preferably planned).
In women, the inguinal canal contains the round ligament that gives support for the womb. This is the most common type of hernia, and affects men more often than women.
In an inguinal hernia, fatty tissue or a part of the intestine pokes into the groin at the top of the inner thigh
Before the treatment, the exact diagnosis is made by the specialist. First, the previous history is discussed and asked.
With a dynamic ultrasound examination, the precise location, size and nature of the hernia in the groin or abdominal wall can be determined.
In the case of diaphragmatic hernias with severe heartburn, a special endoscopic examination with manometry (pressure measurement) and pH-metry (acid measurement) is carried out.
At Promed, the treatments are appropriate to the stage and individually adapted (so-called "Tailored Approach").
A hernia is an anomalous protrusion or gap in the organ or tissue that is known as fascia. The gap allows important connective tissues of the abdomen to sneak through.
A hernia is usually used to describe the gap of the intestine through a weak area within the wall. Hernia can also be termed as “rupture”.
Another category of hernia is hiatal hernia, which occurs when a small part of the stomach bulges out through the oesophagus opening that passes from the chest from the abdomen.
Patients may experience no symptoms to a few common symptoms. Those with no symptoms may be diagnosed with a bulge in the groin or abdomen during a medical examination. The most common symptom is the feeling of lump or tenderness and pain while coughing, bending, and straining.Other common symptoms include:
1.Burning, aching, or gurgling sensations in the affected area
2.A feeling of heaviness in the abdomen
3.Pain during bowel movements
4.Pain when lifting something heavy
Most hernias tend to enlarge and get bigger if left untreated. Hernias can also become extremely painful and in some cases may even strangulate that require immediate emergency surgery as consequences can be severe.
Hernias don't go or heal on their own. Your doctor may suggest 'watchful waiting' in the case of no symptoms. If your hernia is causing symptoms, your doctor may suggest surgery to best address your condition. Three types of surgery can be performed in hernia
3.Robotic Repair Surgery
“After the doctor informed me that I had a hernia, I was worried. But the doctor was confident and explained the entire treatment process to me. The doctors, nurses, and the staff were sweet and explained the process as many times as I asked. From the moment I came in for my first medical examination to the treatment and post-surgery care, the hospital took extra care.
I would highly recommend Promed Hospital for Hernia Treatments.”
“I want to thank Promed Hospital for the excellent treatment outcome of my hernia. Everything right from the beginning to end was easy and hassle-free. Each and every person including the doctor, nurses, working staff, etc., were extremely friendly and showed exceptional care. I highly recommend Promed Hospital for Hernia treatment.”