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A hernia is the protrusion of the contents of a cavity through a defect or weakness of the cavity wall in question. Example: abdominal hernia (stomach). On abdominal hernia, abdominal contents protruding through a defect or weakness of the musculo-aponeurotik layer (the muscle layer) of the abdominal wall. Hernia consists of soft tissue, bags, and the contents of the hernia.

75% of all abdominal hernias occur in the inguinal (groin). Others may occur in the umbilicus (navel) or other abdominal area. Inguinal hernias are divided into two, namely the medial inguinal hernia and inguinal hernia lateralis. If the bag reaches the lateral inguinal hernia scrotum (testicles), called a hernia hernia skrotalis. Lateral inguinal hernia occurs more frequently than the medial inguinal hernia with a ratio of 2:1, and among men it was more often affected than women. The more we age, the greater the possibility of a hernia. This is influenced by the strength of abdominal muscles that have been weakening.

The cause of inguinal hernia is still not be known perfectly. However, the principle of inguinal hernia is the elevation of pressure in the abdominal cavity and abdominal wall muscle weakness (due to age). Things that can cause a hernia are:
  • Lifting the load is too heavy
  • Cough
  • Obesity
  • Straining
  • Gestation
  • Ascites (abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity)
  • Excessive physical activity
Complaints can be perceived from mild to severe. Because basically the contents of the abdominal cavity hernia is an exit through a slit in the abdominal wall, severe complaints arising due terjepitnya entrails in its path is in the gap (known as strangulation). If it is still light, highlighting that there may come and go. The lump is felt that there is no pain or only slight pain and arise when straining, coughing or lifting heavy loads. Usually the bulge can be lost if we rest.

Hernias can be treated with acupuncture, using the materials:

Leaves of Jatropha - ricinus communis Linn, crushed and stick to point acupuncture Yungchuan (VIII / 1 = K-1) is located in the middle of your foot.
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