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Tips to prevent hernias

Posted on May 7th, 2012 No Comments

Hernias occur when an organ wall tears, causing the organ to protrude through the opening. This is often results in discomfort and even severe pain, and in some cases, dangerous health conditions can develop. Although hernias can be present at birth, many are the result of injuries and other issues.

There are several types of hernias that can be avoided. The majority of preventable hernias are caused by lifting of heavy objects. This strain could put pressure on several parts of the body, causing tears in organ cavities. By respecting your body’s limits, you can help avoid hernias.

Obesity has also been connected with hernias, so it is important to keep a healthy lifestyle in order to avoid this added risk. Smokers are also more likely to suffer from hernias.

Hernias are commonly repaired with surgery. However, the surgical mesh that is used in these surgeries has been linked to severe side effects. If you have undergone hernia surgery where the surgical mesh AlloDerm was used, please contact the AlloDerm lawsuit lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-761-3187 today.


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