Inguinal Hernia Surgery
Inguinal Hernia Surgery in India
There are any myths related to Inguinal Hernia, but you need not be guided by those myths. Inguinal Hernia occurs in the groin i.e. the area between the abdomen and thigh. It is called Inguinal Hernia because fat or part of the intestine slides through a weak area at the inguinal ring, the opening to the inguinal canal. So, in other words, Inguinal Hernia is a condition, in which, intra-abdominal fat or part of the small intestine, also called the small bowel, bulges through a weak area in the lower abdominal muscles. It can happen to both males and females but males are more likely to develop this condition than females. Inguinal Hernia occurs as a bulge on one or both sides of the groin. It tends to increase in size with the passage of time. Dr. Atul Mishra is known for doing inguinal surgery in India and has already diagnosed numerous cases of patients with the complex medical condition.
Types and Causes Of Inguinal Hernia
There are basically two types of Inguinal Hernia
Indirect Inguinal Hernia – Indirect inguinal hernia is nothing but congenital hernias and they are more likely to be found in males than females due to the way a male fetus develops in the womb. It develops in an infant because sometimes during the birth of a child the entrance of the inguinal canal at the inguinal ring does not close as it is supposed to do.
Direct Inguinal Hernia – Direct Inguinal Hernia is caused due to degeneration of connective tissues of abdomen tissues during the adulthood years. It occurs only in male bodies. A Direct Inguinal Hernia develops gradually over the time because of continuous stress on the muscles.
Few Factors Which Can Cause Inguinal Hernia Are –
> Lifting heavy objects.
> Sudden twists, pulls or muscle strains.
> Weight gain.
> Chronic coughing.
> Strain on toilets because of constipation.
What Are Symptoms Of Inguinal Hernia?
> A feeling of weakness or pressure in the groin
> Discomfort or sharp pain during lifting heavy objects or during exercise which improves after taking a rest.
> A small bulge in one or both sides of the groin that disappear while lying down; in males, it can be present as the swollen or enlarged scrotum.
> A burning, gurgling, or aching feeling at the bulge.