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Umbilical hernia
I am suffering from little pain in my belly button last year on 30 April I gave birth to a baby after that umbilical hernia was detected From past few days my belly button is coming out nd the shape nd size is like Ball please give your valuable suggestions Can I press it to send it back
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It needs repair Go for Ultrasound
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Does the swelling reduce spontaneously ?? If u dont have vomiting or abdominal distension then the most probable content is omentum which if reducible u can wait at present and if possible share an usg abdomen report to know the size and content...
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Pls do sonography and it will require planned surgery
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Get a USG abd pelvis done to check the defect size and contents in the Hernia sack
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Needs pre operative work up
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No heavy weight lifting., No straining for stools. No coughing.. All hernia requires surgery, however time of surgery can be elective or emergency depending on clinical status.
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Get the ultrasound of whole abdomen Plan for laparoscopic surgery
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