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Hernia trying to come out second side also!

Dear doctors,

I had hernia on right side and I am living with it without much of discomfort. The intestine descends when I get up and goes back when I lie down. Not much of problems faced by me with that and I did not go for operation. It has been there for about 3 or 4 years. Occasional stomach pains would be there. As it freely goes and gets back, there was also no fear of strangulation.

Now I see a small soft circle on the left side of my lower abdomen and I think it is a possible hernia.. i.e. the intestine might come out, in some wrong movement.

Basically, I know that hernia cannot be cured except by surgery. But what do they do by surgery ? Put a patch at that part of the sac enclosing the intestines etc... There is no way to strengthen the sac, so that it becomes stronger. This is possible in homeopathy.

Can you please suggest the remedy ? I am a male, 55, tall and agile engineer.
kns
 
  kns_3 on 2008-07-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please Try Lyco 6C weekly one dose for a few weeks.

On other days, take Calc Phos 6X nightly one dose.
 
srisri last decade
dear patient,
What ever medicine you used, it would be more beneficial for you to use Belt (particular assembled for Hernia available at surgical shops). and avoide to pull heavy weight.

dr. mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
In surgery they push the protruding parts inside and literally use a mesh at the weaker area to prevent it from coming out again.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy last decade

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