Movable lump in stomach

 

Various factors can lead to the presence of moving protrusions in the human abdomen.

Have you recently noticed a movable bulge in your abdomen and the presence of a movable bulge in your abdomen has caused you concern?

If you are one of those people who want to know more about moving masses and protrusions of the abdomen, we recommend that you read on.

 

Introduction

Movable abdominal lamps

What causes abdominal bumps?

What causes abdominal cramps in the upper abdomen and epigastrium?

Diagnosis

After epigastric hernia surgery

Tips after surgery

Treatment of motile bumps near the stomach in children

Prognosis of motile masses in the stomach area or prognosis and outlook of epigastric hernias

 

 

Introduction

Here it is necessary to say that the term abdominal copper with the term abdominal lamps together represent two different issues in medicine.

Abdominal meshes refer to any localized swelling or swelling in the abdomen or the presence of a palpable mass in the abdominal wall.

It can be said that abdominal lamps are in fact a subset of abdominal copper.

The subject of this article is to deal with bulges or moving abdominal bulbs in the stomach area and above the abdomen.

 

Movable abdominal lamps

Movable abdominal protrusions are often hernias that are movable abdominal protrusions.

From the epigastrium to the lower abdomen, abdominal hernias occur when the contents of the abdominal cavity protrude from a weakness in the abdominal wall due to weakness or a defect in the muscle wall, usually protruding when For any reason, the pressure inside the abdomen rises, for example due to constipation, pregnancy, the presence of other tumors in the abdomen, or pushing or lifting heavy objects or coughing, this bulge protrudes and when the pressure inside the abdominal cavity is balanced River.

Sometimes people say that they can even place this protrusion with their own hands.

Other bumps on the abdomen that may be seen on the wall are rare:

Harmless hematomas

• Lipomas or testicles

• Not descended

 

What causes abdominal bumps?

In general, the protrusions that can be seen in different parts, such as the upper abdomen, can be defined as follows. The bumps in the stomach area are actually bumps that can appear on any part of the abdomen and are often very firm, but their consistency can be entirely dependent on the cause.

Abdominal hernias are often the cause of bulges or protrusions in any part of the abdominal wall, but in rarer cases a lipoma or testicular hematoma may not have descended.

We emphasize that if you have a bulge in the upper part and another part of your abdomen and you feel progressive pain with it, it is necessary to go to the emergency room and inform the emergency department.

 

What causes abdominal cramps in the upper abdomen and epigastrium?

First, it is better to have an overview of all the hernias that can appear from the top to the bottom in the abdominal area as moving masses.

 

  • Hernia or inguinal hernia

A groin hernia occurs when parts of the intestinal tissue protrude from a point where the muscles in the front of the abdomen are weakened. This bulge can be painful and can occur when you cough or lift a heavy object, or In other words, the pressure inside your abdomen rises and comes out.

 

  • Groin hernia

The groin hernia will not heal on its own, and depending on the problems it may cause for the person, and depending on its grade, surgery may be required.

Burning sensation Pain in the protruding part Feeling of heaviness and pain in the groin area Pressure in the groin Pain and swelling around the testicles can be signs and symptoms of this hernia.

Sometimes the hernia may be trapped and other infected people may be able to push back into the moving mass of the cast; sometimes, blood flow to the tissues inside the hernia sac may be cut off, putting the internal tissues at risk of death.

  • Strangulation hernia

Symptoms of strep throat include fever, nausea, vomiting, sudden pain with rapidly progressing bumps, and dark red discoloration and inability to expel gas and feces.

The important point is that this sternal hernia can cause death if the emergency is not treated.

 

  • Umbilical hernia

Umbilical hernias also have conditions similar to the groin, but occur around the umbilicus and are more common in children and usually heal on their own. Doctors say the classic umbilical hernia case is a baby that has a bulge around the umbilicus when it cries.

Other hernias that can be seen in any part of the abdomen are herniated incisors.

Which occurs at the site of previous surgical incisions in the abdominal wall. For example, if a person has a surgical incision in the upper abdomen near the stomach, they may experience an incisal hernia.

 

  • Incisal hernia

It is very important because all the organs of the abdomen apply force to the abdominal wall. Some people with cancer who have had multiple abdominal surgeries or are malnourished are more likely to develop an incisional hernia after surgery and initial healing.

The incisional hernia must be re-operated for treatment

There are several techniques for repairing this hernia.

 

  • Epigastric hernia

The most common motile bulge is in the upper abdomen near the stomach.

In the following, we want to talk more about this hernia, which is the main cause of a moving mass around the stomach and upper abdomen.

Epigastric hernia is a bulge that forms in the upper abdomen around the stomach. The area where epigastric hernias are most common is exactly the area around the stomach above the navel that is just below your ribs.

 

According to statistics, this complication can often be congenital and its size in patients can be completely different. Another point is that there may be several hernias in the body at the same time and epigastric hernias are usually small in size and only in They protrude into the lining and membrane inside the abdomen; that is, protruding contents of the abdomen into the sac and hernia sac or hernia are less common than other hernias.

If a person has an epigastric hernia and the size of the hernia is large, we can probably say without internal examination that there is a possibility that part of the stomach and adipose tissue around the stomach is inside the hernia sac and people with small hernias have no problem threatening them. These small hernias are usually only felt when a person touches the abdomen. Even many people with epigastric hernias do not even know they have a hernia.

Risk factors:

There are predisposing factors and factors that can cause a hernia.

Read on to find out the risk factors for epigastric hernias:

Obesity and pregnancy overweight due to high intra-abdominal pressure

Swallowing cough, Lifting heavy objects, strenuous physical work, exercise and strenuous physical activity cause the person to have a weakened anterior wall of the upper abdomen and notice a moving squat in the area of ​​his ribs.

Signs and manifestations:

People with epigastric hernias often have small hernias and do not experience symptoms. Many of them do not even know that they have a hernia. Many people with childhood and adolescence have had this mobile protrusion, and there are many children whose symptoms and manifestations begin at an early age or adolescence.

 

Symptoms in affected people are as follows:

Abdominal pain abdominal bulge that may be seen or feel protrusion and displacement. Sensitivity to touch Many functions such as crying, coughing, straining, defecation, lifting a heavy object, bending can aggravate and cause the above symptoms.

People with the condition may report that their signs and symptoms come and go periodically, and doctors call this condition recurrent hernias.

 

Diagnosis

Most cases of epigastric hernias are identified by a physical examination. We recommend that you see your doctor for a correct diagnosis from the list of differential diagnoses. In order for the doctor to make a correct diagnosis, your history is a medical history. Provide your family history, manifestations and symptoms accurately and completely to your doctor.

The doctor will perform a thorough physical examination after reviewing your medical history and symptoms and family history. During the examination, you may be asked to stand in certain positions, such as sitting or standing, and press on your abdomen to measure sensitivity to touch; they may also use imaging techniques for more detailed examinations. Sometimes abdominal ultrasound, CT scans, or abdominal MRIs are needed to check the anatomical condition and possible complications.

An trapped hernia requires special care and special care, but when the hernia is trapped it is so complex that blood flow to the living tissue inside the hernia sac is cut off.

In these cases, there is a sternal hernia and treatment should be done urgently.

Delay in starting treatment can also cause tissue death inside the hernia sac and life-threatening complications.

Emergency surgery should be performed for a hernia. Hernia repair reduces symptoms and reduces the risk of irreversible complications such as tissue damage, hernia enlargement, or obstruction.

Surgery may be performed on an outpatient basis or the person may need to be hospitalized. The patient may be admitted the day before surgery for reasons such as underlying illness or medical reasons. He or she may stay in the hospital overnight after surgery.

Surgery that may be performed under general anesthesia or local anesthesia is inserted into the body by laparoscopy after the surgeon has performed anesthesia. This device is a thin tube that is equipped with a light and a camera.

And provides a clear picture of the environment to the medical team. To be able to see the inside of the abdomen and the tissues trapped in the hernia sac. The surgery will now make another incision to insert the surgical instrument into the appropriate area.

Now, only the part of the tissue that has been removed from its place is transferred to its correct and original position, and the muscle of the anterior abdominal wall, which is defective and weak, will be strengthened in different ways and techniques.

This means that if this weakness is due to small and limited muscle weakness, they will probably flex the weakened muscles together.

If the weakness is caused by a wider area of ​​muscle, it may be necessary to use a sterile medical device called a mesh to cover and correct the hole and defect.

We must say that there are people who reject these implants.

The doctor now removes the laparoscopic instrument from the hole and sutures the holes he made in the abdomen.

Absorbent sutures and then waterproof dressings are usually used on site.

 

After epigastric hernia surgery

In the first 48 hours, swelling and bruising in the area of ​​operation is normal; Your doctor may have prescribed certain painkillers for you to tolerate the moderate pain you have during this time. There may still be bumps after surgery. This bulge is caused by sutures that are used to close the abdominal wall. This bulge decreases over time.

Surgeons insist that after surgery, the patient should begin to drink fluids as soon as he or she is able to tolerate. When the patient is able to tolerate fluids, a gentle, simple diet should be started.

 

Tips after surgery

Abdominal surgeries sometimes cause constipation and bowel movements, and your doctor may recommend that you drink plenty of water and include enough fiber in your diet.

The recovery period is 5 to 10 days; But the point is that a person can take a bath during the period, but at least up to 4 weeks after surgery, the patient should not put too much pressure and force on the surgical site and should not lift heavy things and should gradually increase physical activity after a month.

Driving should be postponed to 7 to 10 days after surgery. It is recommended to do the following activities carefully: defecation, coughing, crying, sneezing and changing position.

Most people can usually return to work seven days after surgery; But if you are doing something that is very active, you should inform your doctor about your activities and follow his instructions.

In case of such cases, you should go to the emergency room immediately: Fever, nausea, vomiting, progressive pain, severe and unbearable pain, persistent bleeding, purulent discharge from the wound, increased extent of red pain and swelling around the incision site.

 

Treatment of motile bumps near the stomach in children

Children will usually be operated on for the same reasons that adults are treated and operated on. Babies born with this hernia are advised by their parents that it is best to wait for surgery until the baby grows up and is able to tolerate surgery; However, if surgery is required during this time due to emergencies, the care needed by affected children after surgery is slightly different from that of adults.

 

Prognosis of motile masses in the stomach area or prognosis and outlook of epigastric hernias

Most people with this hernia recover well after surgery, but there is a risk of recurrence, and between 1 and 5% of people with hernia may have a recurrence after surgery.

Pregnancy increases the risk of recurrence Mesh hernia repair may increase the chance of recurrence in women with subsequent pregnancies.

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