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No, hernia does not heal on its own. You can have temporary relief by taking some prescribed medications, applying ice, or losing weight to release the pressure from the abdominal area.
Hernias usually do not get better on their own, and surgery may be the only way to repair them. However, your doctor will recommend the best therapy to address your hernia, and may refer you to a surgeon. If the surgeon thinks it is necessary to repair your hernia, then the surgeon will tailor the method of repair that best meets your needs. The discomfort from direct and indirect inguinal hernia may be improved by a truss/hernia belt . This can be useful while the patient is waiting for an operation of if the patient is unfit for surgery. A truss, however, is not a cure.