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Have inguinal hernia, burning sensation, gas. What are treatment option?

hi, i have a very small inigual hernia , i dont want to put on abdo weight, is it ok to swim and walk........thankyou, it doesnt cause me any problems other than occasional burning sensation and gas in the area, i have a very small child and dont wish to go into hospital to have an opp please could you help re assure, i recently had a routine biopsy procedure on another area which went ,.......should i say, not to plan, im very anxious, dont want an operation but...........thankyou v much
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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I am very sorry to say that there is no medical treatment for inguinal hernia.
If it is small,you can go for swimming and walking.
But,the abdominal pressure should not be increased.
Hernia may lead to complications like Intestinal obstruction and gangrene of intestine.
So,please get it operated as early as possible.
Wish you good health
Answered: Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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