Femoral Hernia

About- Femoral hernia also be called a femorocele is an uncommon type of hernia occurs when tissue (often consisting of fatty tissue or part of the bowel) pushes through a weak spot in the muscle wall of the groin or inner thigh (femoral canal).
 
Symptoms-
Femoral hernia A lump on the upper inner thigh or groin
Femoral hernia Abdominal pain
Femoral hernia Nausea and vomiting
Femoral hernia Sudden groin pain
Femoral hernia The lump may be tender or painful
Femoral hernia The lump may seem to disappear when a person is lying down
 
Causes-
The exact cause is not known. Probable reasons which can develop tummy strain
Femoral hernia Ascites
Femoral hernia Being overweight
Femoral hernia Childbirth
Femoral hernia Chronic constipation
Femoral hernia Chronic coughing
Femoral hernia Difficult urination due to an enlarged prostate
Femoral hernia Heavy lifting
Femoral hernia Treatment for kidney disease
 
Specialist to visit
Gastroenterologist Gastroenterologist
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References-
https://en.wikipedia.org
https://www.healthline.com
https://www.nhs.uk
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com
https://www.hernia.org
https://www.uhb.nhs.uk
https://global.ihi.com

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