femoral hernia

Last updated: 5 Nov 2021  |  1935 Views  | 

 femoral hernia

 Femoral hernia 

Occurs from the intestines, or a lump of fat that flows down the weakened abdominal wall in the thighs. It is more common in women than men.

Contributing factors include being overweight, pregnancy, heavy cough, constipation, loose stools, defecating (faeces) and lifting heavy objects, older age, smoking, being premature or low in birth weight, illness, and steroid use often increases. Chances of having a femoral hernia

A very small hernia may be asymptomatic. The main symptoms are raised in the groin. It gets bigger when standing and smaller when lying down. May cause pain in the inner part of the thigh If larger, may be compressed until ischemia. Nausea, vomiting, and severe constipation may occur but will not subside when lying down.

From the history taking, physical examination If surgery is required, blood tests, urine tests, ECG tests, lung X-rays are required.


The doctor will try to push the hernia back to prevent ischemic attacks. can be treated as an outpatient Surgery is based on laparoscopic hernia surgery. Afternoon eye material is used to cover the hernia area to increase strength. Your doctor will prescribe pain medication and may recommend a mild laxative to avoid excessive tension when moving your bowels back. after dance surgery Strong movements should be avoided to prevent the sutures from slipping.

Things to do

You should see your doctor for pain medication. assess erectile dysfunction

Eat fiber-rich foods and drink lots of water.

Should see a doctor immediately to find the area of ​​the wound with swelling, redness, heat or fluid.

don't do

Don't miss a doctor's appointment

Do not lift heavy objects until your doctor has given permission.


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