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Umbilical hernia-
Do the immediate surgery is required in case of mild strain in case of umbilical hernia or it can be avoided by medicine for the time being and can be performed later.. can the strain can be due to gastric & other reasons not due bowl movement .. plz suggest
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Avoid straining Get umbilical hernia surgery done Medicine do not treat hernia
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Umbilical hernia Can't be treated with medcn It's a defect Avoid heavy weight lifting Or any stenious work If doing take precautions Strain can be due to Chronic cough Asthama Abdominal truma Constipation So umbilical hernia if it's small Or large treatment is SURGERY
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It’s completely based on your symptoms and ultrasound findings .. that is based on size of defect and content .. if you are symptomatic like abdominal pain vomitings fever redness around the hernial area you should go for surgery ..
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Ultrasound abdomen
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Pls share ultrasonography reports.
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