Inguinal hernia can cause intestinal necrosis, infertility

Experts recommends that there is no way to help prevent inguinal hernia in children because the cause of the disease is not the diet and activities of the mother during pregnancy.

However, each person can reduce the risk of recurrence of the disease in children who have had surgery by not allowing children to lift, carry heavy objects, avoid too strong exercise, feed them a lot of fiber to prevent constipation, and practice the habit of not pushing hard when having a bowel movement.

Without early detection and treatment, inguinal hernia can cause complications of organ congestion, leading to intestinal necrosis, ovarian torsion, damage to the testicles.