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Femoral Hernia - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can I help you?
User :   i have been nursing a femoral hernia on my left side... no bulge, easily felt, and able to push back in daily
User :  
it's been repaired before, but i think i blew an inguinal as well
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
plz provide your age,gender, occupation
User :  
is this possible? my other hernia is still feelable and able to puch back in but i have developed a HUGE lump next to it
User :  
24 male, concrete/construction
User :  
i have had 2 other hernias one on either side
Doctor :   ok
User :  
the one thats giving me massive problems was [previously fixed through 3 holes in my stomach
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
now except for the lump what are the symptoms?
User :   numb foot, no bowel movement in about a week, extreme pain, i can barely support my own weight on it

Doctor :  
ok
User :  
when i step on it, the pain in my waist and leg is like smashing my thumb with a hammer
Doctor :  
are you taking any medications?

User :   not at this time
User :  
is it possible to develop 2 hernias in the same location? they are less than 2inches apat.
User :   apart i meant
User :   if you're there i'm sorry i think my internwet froze

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