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Symptoms of a hernia include swelling beneath the skin of the groin or abdomen, particularly swelling that disappears upon lying down, states WebMD. Other symptoms include a heavy feeling in the abdomen, constipation or ... More »

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A bulge in the affected area is the primary symptom of a hernia, according to Healthline. Other symptoms include chest pain, difficulty swallowing, acid reflux and pain in the area, particularly when coughing, lifting or... More »

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Early symptoms of a strangulated hernia are a rapid heart rate, fever, nausea, vomiting and sudden pain that rapidly intensifies, according to Mayo Clinic. A strangulated hernia also is signaled by a hernia bulge turning... More »

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Symptoms of a hernia include swelling or bulging in the skin around the groin or abdomen, according to WebMD. This swelling is sometimes accompanied by pain, discomfort, tension or weakness around the groin and occasiona... More »

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Symptoms of hernias include discomfort when lifting objects or bending over, a swelling in the abdomen or groin beneath the skin and a heavy feeling in the abdomen, according to WebMD. A hernia occurs when an internal or... More »

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The most noticeable symptom of a ruptured hernia is a swelling beneath the skin by the abdomen or the groin, states WebMD. This swelling is usually prevalent when the person coughs or lifts something, notes Merck Manual.... More »

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Typical symptoms of a hernia include a heavy feeling in the abdomen, swelling in the groin, and discomfort in the abdomen or groin regions, especially when coughing, lifting or bending over, according to WebMD. However, ... More »

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