Relieve inguinal hernia with support and pressure
Inguinal hernia is one of the most common types of hernia and statistics show that one in four men is affected at some point in their life. Regardless of the type of hernia, it can cause great discomfort for the sufferer, but today there are a number of orthopedic solutions that can treat and alleviate the discomfort.
With a good hernia bandage or inguinal hernia truss, the various activities of the day often become easier, as you relieve discomfort and pain. Balder is easy to use, not visible under the clothes and made of a comfortable material. There is one model for bilateral inguinal hernia, with support and pressure on both sides, and one model for unilateral inguinal hernia, which is adapted for either the right or left side. Please note that you should not use Balder if you have an incarcerated hernia.
To treat inguinal hernia
Inguinal hernias mostly only lead to mild discomfort and a feeling of heaviness in the groin with some pain. The hernia usually falls out when there is increased abdominal pressure, for example if you lift something heavy or strain when visiting the toilet. Inguinal hernias cannot be cured or go away on their own, however, hernias can temporarily slide back through the opening in the abdominal wall. Surgery to remove an inguinal hernia is the only way to get rid of it, but this is only performed in severe cases. You can also treat the hernia with a hernia bandage/inguinal hernia belt, such as Balder single or Balder double-sided.
Support for scrotal and inguinal hernias
Hernia bandages and hernia pants are both used in the conservative treatment of inguinal or scrotal hernias. These aids can be used both before and after surgery to relieve pain and provide stability to the groin. NordiCare has many products that can be used as support and risk mitigation for various types of hernia.