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Runners' hernia and testiclular pain by Carson B. Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 3:17pm Groin pain is a common complaint among distance runners, and they are at an increased risk of sports hernia for a few reasons. It seems that a loss of hip extension range of motion forces an athlete to compensate with an external rotation pattern and going to the lower abdominal wall to “fake” extension and propel themselves well. This repetit ... Read on »
Undescended testes scan - excruciating Gtube change - painful urine cathetar - hernia - pneumonia by Catherine Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm 8hrs at Childrens. From Radiology to search for the undescended testes. They think they find one, possibly two, after an exhaustive search but also find a hernia. Next step unknown on the hernia. Re the testes, possibly MRI or CAT scan, testosterone shots and surgery. To Pediatric Surgery to replace the Mickey with an Entristrar button. Forcing t ... Read on »
GROIN PAIN causes & natural cure: HERNIA, PROSTATE, INJURIES, HIP JOINTS PROBLEMS by Tatjana-Mihaela Posted Mon 16 Feb 2009 1:59am It is very common that people feel pain and discomfort in the groin area: it is the place were the abdomen ends and legs begin. Men have more sensitive groin area and they more often develope health problems there, due to the difference in anatomy (more sensitive position of sexual organs) and at least in the younger days more intensive physical ac ... Read on »
Sports Hernia Treatments by herniasurgery Posted Sat 28 Jul 2012 6:37am Having a hernia can be painful and discomforting. Hernias can happen for a variety of reasons such as sports, heavy lifting or even sneezing. A sports hernia occurs when there is a weak spot in the muscles or tendons of the lower portion of the abdomen. The area where a sport hernia occurs is in the same area that an inguinal hernia would occur a ... Read on »
Biological Grafts – Clinical Study Results Cook Medical Biologic Grafts Reduce Postoperative Pain by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 7:18am Last year I had a lengthy interview with Cook Medical that describe in detail how hernia repair works and the studies are now showing the graft is out performing a straight synthetic mesh.  The material is derived from the small intestine of pigs and communicates with the bodysignaling surrounding tissue to grow across the scaffoldwhich in turn ... Read on »
Hiatal Hernia Causes & Treatment by herniasurgery Posted Tue 24 Apr 2012 12:38pm A hiatal hernia occurs when a portion of the stomach slips into the chest cavity. One of the most common factors that lead to a hiatal hernia is an abnormally large hiatus. This refers to the opening through which the esophagus passes from the chest to the abdomen. Another factor may be because of loose attachment between the esophagus and diap ... Read on »
Inguinal hernia by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm 1 Comment Inguinal hernias occur when part of the intestine protrudes through a weak spot in the abdomen — often along the inguinal canal, which carries the spermatic cord in men. Introduction Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue — usually part of the intestine — protrudes through a weak point or tear in your lower abdominal wall. The re ... Read on »
DO YOU FEEL YOUR PETS' PAIN? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm We all remember Presidential candidate Bill Clinton answering a question about people suffering from AIDS by saying, in early 1992, "I feel your pain." Empathetic humans frequently exhibit this trait as they relate to others who are suffering a distressing sensation in a part of their body, typically from an injury or illness. Since we usually unde ... Read on »
Hiatus Hernia by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Hiatus hernia can be defined as displacement of a portion of the stomach through the opening in the diaphragm through which the oesophagus passes form the chest to the abdominal cavity. In this disease, a part of the upper wall of the stomach protrudes through the diaphragm at the point where the gullet passes from the chest area to the ab ... Read on »
Abdominal pain - again by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:13pm I don't think I've really said much about it, but I've been having abdominal pain again - very similar to the pain I was having before I had my gallbladder removed (and two hernias repaired, and adhesions fixed). I've had the pain, intermittently, for the past two months. This past weekend was horrible though - worse pain ever. I felt l ... Read on »