thehealthcoach1.com/?p=4722 “What you are about to hear is quite important for all hernia sufferers, both those who have had surgery and those who will not.
As anyone who has visited this website knows, there are many causes and cofactors which bring about an inguinal hernia. Perhaps the most significant cause of inguinal hernias is the long-term, low-grade infections which degrade all the tissues which are usually involved with this particular type of hernia.
These low-grade infections can be bacterial, parasitical, viral, fungal, or mycoplamal in nature. Sometimes they are co-infections having two or more of these infectious agents infesting the same area. They can manifest as raging acute infections with multiple serious symptoms, or they may be chronic in nature with symptoms that are subclinical. For many, the latter seems to be the more common condition. This is why the hernia comes out of nowhere for most people; they were completely unaware that they had any kind of infection.”