A hernia occurs when the specific organ is squeezed outside the surrounding tissue through a weak point due to increased pressure and muscle weakness in the affected region. Inguinal hernia, incisional hernia, hiatal hernia, femoral and umbilical hernia are the common types of hernia.

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Please suggest some dietary options and lifestyle changes for my mother who is having hernia.

Query: Hi doctor,My mother is 65 years old. She has done a pancreas operation before four years and a delivery-related operation before 28 years. The doctor has advised her to take boiled food to avoid liver-related issues. She has a lump on the belly for the past two months. It is present directly below t...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. She can follow the following dietary plan. She should avoid taking tea or coffee before breakfast. She should have atleast 500 grams of seasonal fruits in the breakfast. She can take raw veggies as salads in the lunch with oil-free cooked curries and veggies. She should...  Read Full »

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