Hiatel Hernia - a condition where your stomach is pushing through your diaphram muscle. 

Epigastric Hernia - a condition which occurs when you have a weak spot in your abdominal wall and fat is pushing through the abdomen, between the umbilicous (belly button) and sternum. 

Umbilical Hernia - often found in infants when the abdominal walls don't join together completely and the intestine are pushing through the belly button. 

Incisional Hernia - a condition where intestines are pushing through a patients surgical would that hasn't incompletely healed.

Inguinal Hernia - when soft tissue buldges through a weak spot in the abdominal wall.

Femoral Hernia - an uncommon type of hernia that appears in the inner upper part of the thigh or groin. 

Image Reference:  OU Medicine

Image Reference: OU Medicine