Inguinal hernia can be prevented or treated with natural methods and no surgery. There is medical evidence that sometimes “watchful waiting” is a safe and acceptable option.
Once diagnosed the hernia, there are two options: surgery or wait. Studies have shown that it is better to compare the risks associated with the surgery with the ones of living with the hernia, when this does not give particular trouble. Most likely, in the presence of minimal pain there is little or no reason for surgery.
Moreover, data indicates that not 100% of patients who had surgery get better, because the pain is likely to remain, even after surgery.
Unlike official medicine, according to “naturalist physicians” inguinal hernia should be operated only in very critical cases, because it’s curable with a specific diet and workouts for the abdominal area that should always be done either as preventive action or during the “watchful waiting” period.
In fact, you can not only keep an eye on the hernia to be sure it is stable, but also work to strenghten your abdominal muscles, hence reducing the risk of a worsening of your hernia. Or, decide to heal your ernia altogether, without drugs or surgery.