Most often the first symptom is a bulge under the skin. It may be painless, but can create discomfort, and enlarge to become visible when coughing or doing strenuous activity, and in certain positions. At this stage,the bulge can be pushed back into the abdomen, and is called a reducible hernia.
But, when the hernia enlarges, it can become incarcerated meaning it is trapped, and is unable to be pushed back into the abdomen.
Loss of appetite
Elevated blood sugar levels
Sudden change in blood sugar levels
Fullness or bloating
Pain in the upper left abdomen or back
Weakness and fatigue
Thyroid and Parathyroid disease Overview
This disease will cause osteopenia, significant osteoporosis and bone fractures.v
Most people have symptoms like low energy, fatigue, headaches, sleeplessness, irritability, high blood pressure and difficulty concentrating, poor memory, GERD, muscle aches and pain, bone pain, low sex drive, and heart rhythm problems.
In more severe cases it can cause gastric ulcers, pancreatitis and kidney stones. Importantly, severe depression results in about 20% of patients.
Umbilical / Ventral / Incisional Hernias
The inability to push the hernia back into the body
Pain and tissue damage
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