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I think I have two inguinal hernias, one on each side, and I am having a lot of urination and the urologist I saw for the first time, diagnosed me as OAB (Overactive Bladder). But pain and feeling that part of my stomach is going down through an opening or wall into a place where it would not normally be and a bulging sensation there lets me now think I have two hernias and not OAB or two hernias in addition to OAB. Hope this helps and it was suggested at this site that a person might want to go for 2nd opinion at University Medical Teaching Hospital. This is what I am going to try to do. Merry Christ's Bithday!
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