An organ or fatty tissue protruding through a weak point or rupture in the surrounding muscle or connective tissue that maintains it in place is known as a hernia, which is a medical ailment. Typically, it appears as a lump or bulge under the skin that can be felt or seen. Hernias can develop in many different areas of the body, but the inguinal hernia (located in the groyne), femoral hernia (located in the upper thigh), umbilical hernia (located around the belly button), and hiatal hernia (located in the upper stomach) are the most frequent forms.
The symptoms of a hernia can vary depending on the type and location of the hernia. Here are some common symptoms associated with different types of hernias: