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Is incarcerated umbilical hernia an infectious disease?


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2012-12-05 18:31:46
2012-12-05 18:31:46

No, hernias are not infectious.


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Incarcerated umbilical hernia is not infectious as the condition is not in anyway triggered by infection-bearing microorganism. This condition is a malformation anomaly which can be corrected with surgery.

Umbilical herniorrhaphy is surgical repair of an umbilical hernia.

Can you get an umbilical hernia twice? I had an umbilical hernia 29 years ago when I was pregnant with my son. It was repaired at the time but now I feel the same type of pain and wondered if I have another hernia.

Normally this is not required in case of umbilical hernia. But then your doctor is the best judge for you.

Endometriosis refers to the presence of ectopic tissue outside of the uterine cavity. Umbilical hernia endometriosis often occurs after various surgical procedures involving an umbilical hernia repair with mesh.

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In most cases, a woman can have normal labor with an umbilical hernia. However, it will be up to the doctor in charge.

An umbilical hernia can be serious if left untreated. The most common symptom of an umbilical hernia is a bulge near the navel. The bulge may become more obvious with coughing or straining. A child will not experience much pain but an adult will likely experience discomfort.

Umbilical hernia is the term that describes part of the intestine protruding through an opening in the abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernias are most common in infants, but they can affect adults as well.

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The umbilical hernia is not rare in an 66 years old women. On the contrary it become common as the age advances.

if your dog is uncomfortable and hurts the dog take the dog to the vets they will tell you if it is a hernia or not. The most common hernia is located at the umbilical area and is called an umbilical hernia if it is he/she might need surgery and it is common with puppy's

This procedure repairs a hernia that occurs when the intestines bulge through the abdomen wall near the navel. Umbilical hernias are most common in infants. An incision is made near the navel. The hernia is located and the intestines.

Hernia is almost always a chronic disease. At times hernia can have acute onset.

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This can be caused by a umbilical hernia which is fairly common in puppies. I would recommend you see your Vet about this.

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In young children, symptoms of an incarcerated femoral hernia include severe irritability, abdominal pain, cramping, and vomiting.

Reducible The hernia is said to be 'reducible' if it can be returned to the abdominal cavity and 'incarcerated' when it cannot be returned to the abdominal cavity.

This is a surgical procedure for an inguinal hernia that has protruded through the same area more than once and needs a mesh (net-like material) to hold the muscles together so the hernia will not protrude through again. Incarcerated means imprisoned wand in the case of a hernia it means it is "out" of where it is supposed to be and will not go back without surgery.

I had my umbilical hernia surgically repaired when I was 5 years old (1973!). I've since had 4 children, two of which were a set of twins, all vaginal births and have had no complications. The residual scar on my abdomen (roughly 4" long) does feel pretty tight when I'm pregnant, from about month 7 until the end but no other issues associated with the umbilical hernia.

Yes, It's congenital abnormality and is genetical related too.

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The different kinds of hernia are listed below: * Congenital hernia: occur in babies, present from birth. * Inguinal hernia: common in sportsmen, involves part of the bowel protrudibng into the groin * Hiatus hernia: involves the stomach, where it enters the chest cavity via the hiatus. * Incarcerated hernia: where the hernia has swollen up. * Reducible hernia: one that can be manipulated back into place easily, much like a dislocated joint can be repositioned with relative ease. * Irreducible hernia: can't be returned to its original position without surgical intervention. * Strangulated hernia: potentially fatal, as it means the bood supply has been cut off by the hernia. There are even more types, each with their own subtle variations. These can be viewed from the link. [source: adapted from First Aid, by Geddes and Grosset]

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