Hernia Product Guide

Identify the type of hernia you have by using our Hernia Guide.  View suggested products that will be appropriate for a specific hernia type to find the right product to end hernia pain and discomfort.  We carry medical grade hernia products by trusted brands.  Our customer care team is standing by to answer questions Monday thru Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Pacific Standard Time.

Hernia Guide

Abdominal Hernia

Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of the stomach pushes up and out of the abdominal cavity and into the chest cavity via an opening in the diaphragm.

Umbilical Hernia

An umbilical hernia is a bulge around the belly button.

Incisional Hernia

An incisional hernia is located on or around a surgical scar and is characterized by swelling or a bulge at or near the prior surgical site.  The incisional hernia occurs through a hole or weakness in the healed muscles and scar at the site of a previous abdominal surgery.

Inguinal/Groin Hernia

An inguinal or groin hernia occurs when a small portion of the bowel bulges out through the inguinal canal – a passage or opening through the muscles of the abdominal (belly) wall – into the groin.  Inguinal hernias are most common in men.  There are two subcategories of inguinal hernias;

  1. Direct – when abdominal contents emerge directly through a weak point in the muscles of the groin. This type of hernia is often associated with heavy lifting.
  2. Indirect – when stomach contents take an indirect route into the groin through an opening to the side rather than straight through he muscles.

Femoral Hernia

A femoral hernia is most common in women and produces a bulge just below the groin.  In a femoral hernia, abdominal contents track alongside the nerves and vessels that supply each leg as they pass through a hole or weakening in the pelvic floor on either side.

Scrotal Hernia

A scrotal hernia can be very uncomfortable and result in feelings of pain and pressure.  Hernia underwear or hernia briefs are a great solution to the symptoms of a scrotal hernia.

An inguinal hernia is a bulge in the groin or scrotal area.  Pressure from lifting, bending or coughing can cause pain.  A hernia brief, or hernia underwear will help ease the pain.

A popular hernia brief is the FLA Hernia Support Brief.  This brief is unnoticeable under clothing and easy to wear.  The FLA hernia brief gives mild to moderate support.

The Design Veronique Scrotum Support Brief gives a higher level of support because it fits more securely around the scrotal area.  The Design Veronique Scrotum Support Brief can be worn during exercise.

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