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Our hernia truss and hernia belts for men and women can prevent future hernias and quickly help you feel more comfortable and happier after a surgery, stomach muscle injury or abdominal pain such as Inguinal hernias, Umbilical hernias, Incisional hernias & Femoral hernias. We have a wide selection of abdominal binder for hernia that will meet your needs.

What Is a Hernia?

A hernia occurs when an organ or fatty tissue squeezes through a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia. Hernias are most commonly found in the abdomen, although they can also be found in the belly button, thigh or groin area. We provide a large selection of abdominal binders, hernia belts, and hernia trusses, to ease pain and speed up the healing process of your hernias. 

What Causes an Abdominal Hernia?

There are a number of factors that can lead to abdominal hernias, but in the majority of cases, it is caused by a combination of pressure and an opening or weakness in the muscle or fascia; the pressure pushes an organ or tissue through the opening. In order to remedy this weakness, abdominal hernia belts can be used to apply constant pressure to the abdominal region thereby preventing further weakening. Muscle weakness can be caused by a number of things, including aging, excessive coughing, excessive sneezing, or being in a condition that caused severe injury or surgery. There are a number of factors that can strain your body and result in a hernia, including pregnancy, improper lifting of heavy objects, sudden weight gain, and constipation. It is common for a hernia to cause a bulge in the affected area. You may also experience pain, discomfort, and pressure. An abdominal hernia truss belt is recommended to help prevent recurrences of abdominal hernias by compressing the weak area of the abdominal wall.

Hernia Trusses and Belts

A surgical procedure may be necessary to remove the hernia, in this case, we would recommend using a post-surgical abdominal belt. With the help of this abdominal binder belt, you will be able to protect the incision site and apply pressure to the affected area. We offer a broad range of other products to help with various types of hernias, including umbilical hernias, inguinal hernias, and parastomal hernias. In addition, we offer many types of belts, trusses, and binders, that are designed to assist in the treatment of hernias located in the thigh, belly button, and groin.

It is possible to prevent future hernias by wearing a hernia truss or hernia belt which will provide support to the weak areas of the abdomen. Women and men can both benefit from our hernia belts and trusses, available in a variety of sizes.

Umbilical Hernias

An umbilical hernia is a weakness that develops in the abdominal wall through and around the belly button, called the umbilicus. A bulge or sac containing fat or intestine pushes out through that weakness, sometimes causing an "outie" belly button. Most patients with umbilical hernias first notice a belly button bulge or discomfort. Over time these hernias can get larger and more uncomfortable as the hernia sac gets pushed out from inside the abdomen. BLITZU recommends the use of umbilical hernia supports in order to relieve these symptoms in the abdominal area. This hernia belt applies pressure to protect and heal these weak areas. The hernia truss also reduces pain and speeds up healing by compressing the weak area.

Inguinal hernias

Inguinal hernia is a bulge that occurs in your groin region, the area between the lower part of your abdomen and your thigh. Inguinal hernias occur because of a weakening of the muscles in the lower abdomen. An inguinal hernia forms when your intestines and the peritoneum push through the muscles and appear as a bulge under your skin. Inguinal hernias are dangerous because they tend to keep getting larger and your intestine can get trapped inside the bulge and lose its blood supply. Following inguinal hernia surgery, it is recommended that one wear an inguinal hernia belt in order to alleviate pressure and speed up the healing process. In order to relieve pain and add pressure to the affected area of the groin, we recommend hernia support belt. There are adjustable straps and detachable straps on this hernia truss which allow you to apply pressure to the specific areas of pain as required.

Incisional Hernias & Femoral Hernias

An incisional hernia is a hernia that develops along a prior surgical incision in the abdomen. A surgical incision compromises the integrity of the abdominal muscles, causing them to become weakened and allowing abdominal tissues and/or organs to push through the abdominal wall more easily. A femoral hernia occurs when tissue pushes through a weak spot in the muscle wall of the groin or inner thigh. Common causes include obesity and overstraining while coughing, exercising, or passing stool. It is recommended that a hernia truss be used following hernia surgery in order to speed the healing process and reduce pain after the procedure.

Abdominal Hernia Treatment

The typical treatment for abdominal hernias is a conventional hernia-repair procedure, known as Herniorrhaphy. During this surgery, a single long incision is made in the affected area. If a hernia is bulging out of the abdominal wall, the bulge is simply pushed back into place, or tied off and removed immediately. For smaller, less severe abdominal hernias, sewing the edges of the healthy muscle together is a simple fix to repair the weak sections. After an abdominal hernia-repair surgery, a Post Surgical Hernia Belt is suggested to protect the incision site and quicken the recovery process. This hernia truss will also relieve pain with added compression.

In some cases, surgery is not needed for abdominal hernias, although wearing an abdominal hernia belt or truss is recommended to put pressure on the weak area of the abdominal wall, which could potentially prevent a hernia from occurring. To avoid an abdominal hernia from recurring, a hernia truss belt is suggested to compress the weak area of the abdominal wall and prevent further hernias from occurring.