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A hernia occurs when a portion of tissue in your body bulges into or penetrates a weakened muscle area. Most hernias occur when a piece of intestine slips through a weakness in the abdominal wall, creating a bulge you can see and feel. Hernias can develop around the navel, in the groin, or any place where you may have had a surgical incision. Some hernias are present at birth; others develop slowly over a period of months or years. Hernias can also come on quite suddenly.

Hernia is basically a typical bulge appears in body between chest and thighs. This is due to back pressure from inside of your body, which usually develops to overloading of your intestines with waste material.


Body waste and toxins deposited or retained in organs, blood and inside free places of our body, causes all type of diseases so cleaning of body in every condition guarantees a best health.


Types of Hernia


There are two general types of hernias: - abdominal and groin.

Abdominal Hernias usually form around the navel (Umbilical Hernia), at the site of previous surgical incisions (Incisional Hernia), or in the upper abdomen at the midline (Epigastric Hernia).

Groin Hernias are the most common types of hernias and include: Indirect Inguinal Hernias, Direct Inguinal Hernias, and Femoral Hernias.

Hernia can occur anywhere between chest and thighs in a human body.



What are the Signs & Symptoms

Most people with hernias have a common set of signs and symptoms. The questions below can help you determine if you have a hernia.

Is there a bulge under the skin on your abdomen or in your groin area?


  • A bulge is the most typical sign of a hernia.

If you have a bulge under your skin, does it ever disappear?


  • If the bulge flattens out when you lay down or press on it, the hernia probably needs prompt but not emergency, medical attention.
  • If the bulge does not flatten out when you lay down or press on it, it may be trapped or strangulated. The hernia requires immediate medical attention.

Do you have discomfort or pain when you lift, cough, sneeze, strain, or perform physical activities?


  • Hernias can cause discomfort or pain during your daily activities, especially when you exert yourself.
  • Hernias can cause discomfort or pain during urination or bowel movements.
  • Hernias can cause a feeling of weakness or pressure in the groin area.
  • Hernia pain may be sharp and sudden or dull and achy. It can also be a combination of both.

Does your discomfort or pain get worse toward the end of the day?


  • Hernia pain typically becomes more intense as the day goes on.
  • Hernia pain can also worsen after standing for long periods of time.




Treatment at SSOHM

At SSOHM we provide treatment for this disease which is combination of herbal and homeopathy. The hernia develops when your body unable to filter toxins and waste out of itself. This is the outcome of liver infection. Many problems are the direct result of inadequate bile flow (Liver secrets bile juice which is stored in gallbladder). The intestine also get infected by this and start storing toxins and waste in it which results in diseases like hernia. The cure of disease comes with liver cleansing and bowel cleansing.

The medicines prescribed here for cleansing of these toxins from liver, stomach and other parts of body along with the treatment of removing hernia from body. So that, body will get the nutrients of your food and healing of chronic diseases become possible.


The treatment is 100% safe with no side effect



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