Hernia is a condition which occurs when an organ pushes through the opening of the muscle or tissue that holds the organ in place. Weightlifting or other activities or medical problems that increase pressure on the tissues of the abdominal wall and muscles can cause or aggravate a hernia, including urination or stool tension, obesity, and coughing. chronic sneezing. A hernia occurs when the organ passes through a hole in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. For example, the intestines can pass through the weakened area in the abdominal wall. It can occur in various areas like the upper thigh, belly button, and groin areas but most commonly it happens in the abdomen.
A hernia is more common in the abdomen, but it can also appear in the upper part of the thigh, the navel, and the groin. Most hernias do not threaten life immediately, but they do not disappear on their own. Sometimes they may require surgery to prevent potentially dangerous complications.