Femoral Hernia

Femoral hernia symptoms may be a bulge at the groin crease, or sensations of pain at this site, or pain radiating into the thigh or groin. Sometimes, one may have feelings of weakness in the quadriceps and other thigh muscles. It is not uncommon for people to have these symptoms without a diagnosis, until a specialized CT or MRI are done.

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What Causes Groin Pain?

What Causes Groin Pain?

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How Is A Hernia Treated?

How Is A Hernia Treated?

A hernia can form when a portion of the intestine or other organs break through weaknesses in our abdomen's muscle wall. There are many activities that can cause hernias to form, whether they are strenuous or everyday tasks. Hernias can also be present at birth.They are extremely common and affect many people throughout the world.…