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Hernia Belt for Hernia & Groin

Are you unsure if the pain in your stomach or groin is coming from a hernia? Although symptoms might differ, hernias are frequent in both males and females. Women are far less likely to have inguinal hernias. Hernias can be uncomfortable in various ways and never go completely by themselves. The best approach to treat the hernia is through surgery, however, there are several ways like usinghernia belt to lessen pain while you prepare for the procedure.

What is a hernia?

Walls of muscles and tough tissue wrap around your abdomen, allowing you to move and safeguard your inner organs. This inner part has a breach called a hernia, which enables the contents of the belly to protrude outside. Hernias come in a variety of forms, but the stomach or groin region is where they seem to manifest themselves most frequently.

Types of hernia

The most frequent hernias are inguinal (located in the interior groin), incisional (caused by an injury), femoral (located in the external groin), umbilical (located in the abdomen), and hiatal (higher stomach).

The bowel or bladder splays through the abdomen wall or enters the inguinal channel inside the groin through an inguinal hernia. The majority of inguinal hernias, which account for 96% of all pelvic hernias, affect males due to a preexisting deficiency in this region.

The bowel breaks thru the abdominal membrane at the location of prior abdominal operations during a post-operative hernia. The majority of persons of this kind are older, obese, and sedentary following abdominal surgery.

Signs of hernia

The kind of hernia will determine the signs. You might not always experience any symptoms.

The following symptoms might be present with inguinal, femoral, abdominal, as well as incisional hernias:

  • A groin or abdominal area with a clear swelling underneath the skin. It could be sensitive, and when you lie down, it might go away.
  • A heavy sensation in the belly might be accompanied by constipation or blood in the stool.
  • When lifting or leaning over, you may have pain in your abdomen or groin.
  • At the protrusion, there is a burning or hurting feeling.
  • Groin discomfort or pressure.
  • Heartburn.
  • It's difficult to swallow.
  • Extreme discomfort
  • Puking.
  • Constipation.
  • Swelling and pain around the testicles.

What is a hernia belt?

A hernia belt is a kind of clothing that compresses and supports the hernia defect. The belt functions by gently pushing the hernia's contents—intestines or other tissue that is protruding through the weak spot—back within the abdomen. This compression can often bring comfort because the bulging intestines appear to be the main source of hernia pain. 

The bulge and soreness normally return immediately after you take off the belt or truss, although the alleviation typically lasts as long as you are wearing it. You can use it as a wrap-around abdominal belt, as undergarments, or as a tummy trimmer.

The hernia undergarments are filled with soft pads and compressions to hold tight on the place of the hernia. It helps to hold the hernia to keep it in place or even to reduce the healing time after a hernia operation.

Tynor AHS’s hernia products

Tynor AHS has every kind of hernia support product you may need. We have umbilical hernia support belt, an inguinal hernia support belt, and so on. All of these products are available for both males and females.

Our Tynor Hernia Belt offers gentle and constant relief from reducible inguinal hernia by providing adjustable and comfortable pressure to a hernia. On wearing the belt the occurrence of herniation gets eliminated. Tynor Hernia Belt is available in gray color and can be worn inconspicuously under clothing.

Our inguinal hernia support belts are made of comfortable and breathable elements so that you can feel ease in your hernia condition and also your post-operative hernia condition can be elevated.

Besides these we have ankle support productsarm and elbow supportswrist and forearm productschild support productsfracture aidsknee and thigh support productslumber support productsneck bracesshoulder supportstraction kitsbody belts, and walking aids. Choose your required product from our huge list of collections.

How to wear hernia belts?

After you have confirmed with your doctor that you have a hernia, your doctor will suggest you the right hernia belt for your condition. You can buy from our collection.

If your doctor suggests the Abs Wrap (Neoprene) umbilical hernia belt, you can get them from our store. You can just unpack the belt from the package and then wrap it around your waist. The UBL closing should be at the bottom layer and the velcro side at the upper layer. Just firmly close the velcro and continue doing your regular work

Frequently Asked Questions

How to identify if I have a hernia?

Ans: There are several signs of having a hernia, but you cannot decide by yourself just by reading the signs. You have to go to your doctor, have some tests and get the final result.

Is it mandatory to have surgery if I have a hernia?

Ans: Yes, getting surgery is mandatory if you have a hernia. If you get confirmation from your doctor about your hernia, the only way to cure the hernia is to get surgery. Hernia support belts or trusses can help only in post-operative or curative measurements."

How long should I wear a hernia belt?

Ans: As long as your doctor suggests you wear your hernia belt according to your condition.