Conservative approaches for painless, reducible Inguinal hernia…
Hello, My name is Jeremy 36yo, 6’2″ healthy, active and have been diagnosed with a right side Inguinal hernia.
I first noticed or acquired the hernia after straining on the pot very hard while constipated; I felt a little twinge down there and quickly let up.
Over the next year, anytime I pushed a little hard I felt the same twinge and burning sometimes while working out.
I keep the hernia reduced most of the time with a support and and it stays mostly reduced even without the support with what seems to be just a softer area and or slight bulge down there.
There is no pain and it seems like the condition has plateaued.
My question to the professionals who truly understand the inguinal region is:
Are there ways to address the defective area/facia without surgery? (pilates, yoga, massage, supplements…)
If the hernia is kept in place inside the body could the facia possibly rebuild or tighten up again, Or is strengthening surrounding tissues just enough to keep the hernia at bay?
I’d like to hear professional opinions/thoughts on this matter.
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