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Tag: Hernia

What is a hernia, What is hernia disease, What causes Hernia, Causes of Hernia, Hernia problem, Hernia treatment options, Hernia in men, Hernia in Women, Hernia symptoms in men, Hernia symptoms in women
January 29, 2021

Most Indians are concerned and well-informed about cardiac and arthritic conditions. While, surprisingly, the incidence rate of hernia is on a rise in the Indian population. More than 1 million Indians experience this ailment annually. A hernia is a common condition that often leads to the use of surgery for treatment. It is essential to learn about what is a hernia when the prevalence is so alarming.  In this article, Dr Mayank Madan, a leading general surgeon in Gurgaon, talks about what is

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Hernia surgery, what is hernia surgery, Hernia treatment, Hernia surgery treatment, Types of Hernia surgery
January 11, 2021

The incidence of hernia in India is very high. Men, in comparison to women, are more susceptible to developing hernias. Although this ailment can occur in people across ages, a hernia is most common among the elderly. In this article, Dr Mayank Madan, a renowned Hernia surgeon in the CK Birla Hospital, explores what is a hernia about and when a hernia surgery required.  Dr Mayank Madan, Best hernia surgeon at the CK Birla Hospital, Gurgaon offers effective hernia treatment aimed at low-risk

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inguinal hernia
May 14, 2020

Do you feel pain in your lower abdomen or groin area when you bend, cough, or lift something heavy? Or, do you feel a noticeable bump around the pubic or groin area, especially when you stand up or cough? If you answered in an affirmative to either of the above, you might have developed an inguinal hernia, and you must visit a doctor to prevent any further complications.  To help you out, we have compiled all the information you need to recognize the symptoms of inguinal hernia and when

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Hernia Treatment,types of hernia
September 30, 2019

A hernia can be seen as a localised bulge in the abdominal or groin region. It usually is harmless and painless, however, some may present with localised symptoms and hence require treatment. A muscular wall keeps the abdominal organs in place. Weakness in the wall may lead to bulging of organs causing a hernia. The herniated mass protrudes outside the abdomen which can be pushed into the abdominal cavity with the help of minor pressure or it may disappear by itself when the patient lies

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