• susan sims susan sims
    June 05, 2011
    Symptoms of inguinal hernia in women?
    susan sims susan sims
    June 05, 2011

    Is bloating and cramps, abdominal pain, and shooting pain down to the upper thighs symptomatic of an inguinal hernia in women? I have had CT scans, ultrasounds, and colonoscopies, and I was diagnosed years ago with IBS. For the past year, I have had increasing nausea, pain, cramps, and abdominal and back pain shooting down to thighs and buttocks. Could this be an inguinal hernia, which is so hard to detect in a woman?




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