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Could that Lump Be a Hernia?

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Announcer: Health information from experts supported by research. From University of Utah Health, this is thescoperadio.com.

Interviewer: Hernias are extremely common and millions of people have them, and symptoms can vary from men to women. They also vary depending on the type of hernia you have. And if you have one, you should get it treated.

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Hernias are extremely common—any person of any age or gender can form one for a variety of reasons. You may even have one and not even know it. Dr. Rodney Barker talks about how you can identify a hernia and the treatments available.

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Thu, 02/02/2023 - 01:59

ER or Not: Hernias

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Announcer: Is it bad enough to go to the emergency room, or isn't it? You're listening to ER or Not on The Scope.

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You’re helping friends move some heavy furniture and suddenly feel a pop in your abdomen. Maybe you have a small protrusion and think it could be a hernia. It may look scary, but is it a reason to rush to the ER? Emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen talks about what exactly a hernia is, how some people live with them for years, and when it’s serious enough to seek immediate help.

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Thu, 02/02/2023 - 01:59