An Inguinal Hernia is a condition when the intestines or organs begin to protrude through the inguinal canal.
This can be dangerous and extremely painful if not addressed. It can even lead to intestinal strangulation, in which a loop of intestine can become tightly wrapped in a hernia, cutting off the blood supply to that part of the intestine.
The only current solutions available are bulky, ugly and heavy trusses or belts that are worn on top of the clothes and visible to everyone. Surgery is also an option but is costly, done under full anesthesia and recovery time can be months before returning to full strength. Surgery is not an option for patients with other complications or risks. The Hernia can progress and enlarge, becoming difficult to live with.
This is where the HPH Hernia Brief can help!