Hernia

Inguinal Hernia

An inguinal hernia occurs when tissue, such as part of your intestine, pushes through a weakened area in the groin; resulting in a bulge.
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Hiatal Hernia

In people who have hiatal hernias, a portion of the stomach pushes up through the diaphragm. This results in uncomfortable symptoms, including acid reflux.
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Umbilical Hernia

An umbilical hernia is an opening or a weakness in the abdominal muscles at the navel. Most umbilical hernias are painless.
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Epigastric Hernia

Epigastric hernias are typically small and do not cause symptoms. However, larger ones should be surgically repaired by a skilled surgeon.
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Incisional Hernia

Incisional hernias are common. If you have had abdominal surgery in the past, you may develop an incisional hernia afterward.
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