I see this most often for inguinal hernias. The way I explain it is: the stool is taking up space and thus pressure in the pelvis. This increases pain in the groin hernia, as abdominal pressure is increased. Once it is expelled, the area has lower pressure, and hernia-related pain is gone.
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