Some mothers find that a mass protrudes from the thigh root of children, which is actually caused by abdominal hernia. So, how did the abdominal hernia of children form? How to treat abdominal hernia in children? Do you need an operation?
During the fetal period, there will be a bulge in the abdomen of the fetus, which can help the testicles descend into the scrotum or fix the round ligament of the uterus. However, after some children were born, the sheath-like process was not completely sealed, but turned into a larger 空 cavity. The contents of the abdominal cavity will protrude from here to the body surface, forming indirect hernia, and various organs in the body will enter the site, which can form hernia. If only abdominal fluid enters the scrotum, it is scrotal edema.
In some children, the umbilical cord is stunted, or the umbilical cord is not completely connected with other parts after falling off. When the intra-abdominal pressure is increased, the omentum or small intestine protrudes from the thin part of umbilical cord, forming umbilical hernia. Parents may find a bulge on their child’s belly, which protrudes outward. The lump is soft with scars on the top. This is a kind of umbilical hernia, which is caused by hernia.
The specific symptoms of hernia in children include: hernia in children is mostly caused by crying and strenuous exercise, and lumps often appear in the groin of children. When you lie down and sleep, it will disappear. If the lump cannot return to the abdominal cavity, the child may cry and show great pain, and abdominal hernia in children is easy to recur, so it is recommended to operate as soon as possible.
If a child has a sudden hernia, parents should immediately take the child to the relevant departments of the hospital for treatment, so as not to delay the illness. At ordinary times, we should pay attention to rest and healthy life. If people often stay up late or sleep poorly, it is easy to cause various pains and diseases due to the unhealthy autoimmune system.