Is there stomach pain with a hernia?

Answer On One Hand: There is Pain Associated with a HerniaSome patients might experience stomach pain with a hernia. According to, hiatal hernia pain is akin to chest pains often associated with... Read More »

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Can you get leg pain with a ventral hernia?

On One Hand: Some Patients Don't Have PainPatients might not experience pain with a ventral hernia, according to the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons. The only physical ... Read More »

How do I travel with femoral hernia pain?

Urgent treatment is needed if you have a femoral hernia because it may become stuck and strangulated where the loop of bowel loses its blood supply, according to the University of Maryland Medical ... Read More »

How do you travel with femoral hernia pain?

A femoral hernia occurs when inside tissues get pushed to the outside through weaknesses in the wall of the femoral canal or groin area. Femoral hernias can form on their own or be caused by cough... Read More »

Throbbing pain in sides of stomach and thirst and urinating frequently. Sweating with pain and burning.?

Urinary tract infection, kidney stones or appendicitis. Go to the doctors, please.Or rehydrate yourself with plenty of water, cranberry juice and apparently lots of mashed potato is good at helping... Read More »