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About Hernia Belt
Hernia belt offers a gentle and constant relief from reducible inguinal hernia by providing adjustable and comfortable pressure to the hernia. On wearing the belt the occurrence of herniation gets eliminated. Tynor hernia belt is available in skin color, can be worn inconspicuously under clothing.
Moulded foam pads.
Adjustable leg and abdominal strap.
Soft and skin friendly materials.
One size fits a large population, controlled & customized pressure possible.
Presses the inguinal aperture at the appropriate angle, enhances the effectiveness.
Molded out of special grade ethafoam
Appropriate hardness, light weight, smooth and comfortable.
Grey color product.
Can be worn inconspaciously under cloth, aesthetically pleasing.
Soft and dermophilic materials.
No rash no allergy, very comfortable, improve compliance.
Adjustable pelvic and leg straps.
Hernia : The inguinal canal is found in your groin. In men, it is the area where the spermatic cord passes from the abdomen to the scrotum. This cord holds up the testicles. In women, the inguinal canal contains a ligament that helps hold the uterus in place.This type of hernia is more common in men than in women. This is because a man’s testicles descend through the inguinal canal shortly after birth, and the canal is supposed to close almost completely behind them. Sometimes, the canal does not close properly and leaves a weakened area prone to hernias.
How To Use
The inside top edge of the support is indicated by the 'Inside Up' label.
Accordingly, wrap the support around the pelvic region and close with velcro, leaving the perineal straps hanging down.
Bring perineal straps from the backside to the front, over the scrotal regions and pass them through the sliding buckles.
Place hernia pads appropriately by adjusting over the velcro given inside the elastic support.
Re-adjust the hernia pads and/or perineal straps as necessary for comfortable hernia support.
Know your problem before using a hernia belt Proper pad positioning is critical to maintaining hernia reduction Belts and trusses can shift with time and movements. Check frequently for positioning
Don't place pads on a non-reducible hernia, as it can cause tissue damage Don't over-tighten straps and place too much pressure on the hernia(s) Notify your doctor if the hernia fails to reduce, or fails to maintain reduction Discontinue use and call you doctor if you experience sudden, severe pain.