A hernia (rupture) is usually noticed as a lump, commonly in the groin or the umbilical region. It appears when a portion of the tissue which lines the abdominal cavity (peritoneum) breaks through a weakened area of the abdominal wall. This can give rise to discomfort as the hernia enlarges and can sometimes be dangerous if a piece of intestine becomes trapped ('strangulated') inside. Hernias are common. They can affect men, women and children at any age. Some people are born with weak abdominal muscles and may be more likely to get a hernia.
A hernia occurs when an organ or tissue squeezes through a hole or a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia.
The most common location for hernia is the abdomen. A hernia is a weakness or defect in the abdominal wall. It may be present from birth, or develop over a period of time. If the defect is large enough, abdominal contents such as the bowels, may protrude through the defect causing a lump or bulge felt by the patient. Hernias develop at certain sites which have a natural tendency to be weak; the groin, umbilicus (belly button), and previous surgical incisions. A hernia occurs when the contents of a body cavity bulge out of the area where they are normally contained. These contents, usually portions of intestine or abdominal fatty tissue, are enclosed in the thin membrane that naturally lines the inside of the cavity. Although the term hernia can be used for bulges in other areas, it most often is used to describe hernias of the lower torso (abdominal wall hernias). Hernias by themselves may be asymptomatic, but nearly all have a potential risk of having their blood supply cut off (becoming strangulated). If the hernia sac contents have their blood supply cut off at the hernia opening in the abdominal wall, it becomes a medical and surgical emergency
The surgical treatment for hernia is relatively simple. The hernia is pushed back into the abdominal cavity. The muscle lying on top of the hernia is then sewed back into place. If necessary, additional support may be added to keep the hernia in place. If a hernia is not treated, severe complications can result. Part of the intestine can become trapped outside the muscles of the abdomen. A blockage in the intestine may develop. In the worst cases, this blockage can cut off the blood supply to the intestine. Part of the intestine may actually die. For small, non-strangulated and non-incarcerated hernias, various supports and trusses may offer temporary, symptomatic relief. However, the best treatment is herniorrhaphy (surgical closure or repair of the muscle wall through which the hernia protrudes). When the weakened area is very large, some strong synthetic material may be sewn over the defect to reinforce the weak area. Postoperative care involves protecting the patient from respiratory infections that might cause coughing or sneezing, which would strain the suture line. Recovery is usually quick and complete.
Relshil provides vital energy building and regulating and pain controlling herbs works together to:
(1) achieve healthy vitality of the related organs, correcting their weak and flabby state and make them stay in their proper places and function normally;
(2) strengthen the partitions including diaphragms, abdominal wall, related muscles and tissues;
(3) dispel pathogenic factors such as cold and dampness and normalize the functions of the related organs;
(4) repair strain-caused injuries and
(5) soothe the pain
Each 500gm Capsule Contains :-
SrNo Ingredient Qty 1 Commiphora wightii 50mg 2 Curcuma longa 50mg 3 Pongamia Glabra 50mg 4 Cassia angustifolia 40mg 5 Terminalia chebula 40mg 6 Terminalia bellirica 25mg 7 Amomum subulatum 25mg 8 Piper nigrum 25mg 9 Holarrhena antidysenterica 25mg 10 Mentha spicata 25mg 11 Foeniculum vulgare 25mg 12 Embelia ribes 25mg 13 Carum copticum 25mg 14 Anethum graveolens 25mg 15 Phoenix sylvestris 25mg 16 Ferula asafetida 20mg
2 Capsules before bed time.