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 Can a colonoscopy cause a hernia?

Answer Colonoscopies have been known to cause hernias. The incidence of intestinal hernias has been reported as 0.045 to 0.65 percent. The number of hernias of the diaphragm is not known, but believed to ... Read More »
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How can a abdominal ventral hernia repair with a mesh end up with a hernia in ur stomack?

Only your doctor can tell if it is the same hernia or not. I would doubt that it is. When the muscle wall is weak that is when you get hernias. It may be that another section of the wall has a... Read More »
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What is the difference between a hiatal hernia and an abdominal hernia?

different from abdominal hernias in that it is not visible on the outside of the body. With a hiatal hernia, the stomach bulges upward through the
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Should I Have Virtual Colonoscopy or Regular Colonoscopy?

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At what age should one have a colonoscopy?

On One Hand: A Colonoscopy at Age 50Colonoscopy is a screening test for colon cancer and pre-cancer. A person of average risk should have a colonoscopy at age fifty and then every ten years thereaf... Read More »
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