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Inguinal Hernia in Kids

An inguinal hernia in newborns and children is due to weakness in the abdominal wall which is present at birth. Sometimes inguinal hernias do not show any symptoms. Some hernias may be visible when an infant is coughing, crying or straining in the course of bowel movement. The risk of inguinal hernia increases if your close relative, such as parents or sibling, has the condition. Infants who are premature are more likely to develop inguinal hernias.


It does not get better or vanish on its own, sometimes; it can lead to fatal complications. Because of this reason, your doctor may recommend surgery to fix inguinal hernia which is painful or becoming larger. See immediate medical care from your doctor if you have a painful or bulge in groin on either side of pubic bone or if hernia bulge turns red, purple or dark.


To know more, listen to our expert talk on Inguinal Hernia in Kids by our Consultant Pediatric and Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Rasik Shah.

Date:
10 Apr 2013 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

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