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Some symptoms of a lower abdominal or inguinal hernia include a bulge in the area on either side of the pubic bone, as well as weakness or pressure in the groin, states the Mayo Clinic. Another symptom is pain in the gro... More »

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An abdominal hernia is a piece of the intestine or other organ protruding through an opening in the abdominal wall, as described by the Journal of the American Medical Association. Hernias occur where the abdominal wall ... More »

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Over-the-counter pain relievers may alleviate pain from an abdominal hernia; however, in many cases there is no discomfort. In some cases a truss may hold a hernia in place until surgery can resolve the position of the p... More »

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When symptomatic, an inguinal hernia usually causes a burning or aching bulge on the side of the pubic bone, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include pain, weakness or pressure in the groin, and the discomfort ma... More »

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The most common symptom of inguinal hernia is an obvious bulge under the skin near the pubic bone, according to Mayo Clinic. Additional symptoms include aching or burning at the bulge site and pain or weakness in the gro... More »

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Symptoms of inguinal hernia in men include a bulge on either side of the public bone, discomfort or pain in the groin area, and a feeling of dragging or heaviness in the groin, according to Mayo Clinic. Pressure in the g... More »

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An inguinal hernia typically causes a bulge on either side of the pubic bone, and the protrusion is most prominent when a person is standing, straining or coughing, according to Mayo Clinic. An individual is often able t... More »

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