Recovery Time for Recurrent Inguinal Hernia Surgery?

Answer Healing from inguinal surgery may take anywhere from one week to several weeks, depending on what type of surgery the patient undergoes and other factors affecting the patient’s ability to heal.

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Is there a way to heal my inguinal hernia without surgery?

I healed my inguinal hernia without surgery! About three years ago when I was healed from Fibromyalgia and felt recovered and full of energy I started to work again and also lifted heavy things. Fo... Read More »

Epigastric Hernia Surgery Recovery?

Epigastric, or umbilical, hernia repair is among the most common procedures performed on children and adults. The procedure addresses a weakness or opening in the stomach muscles around the belly b... Read More »

Can sit-ups and/or crunches aggravate an inguinal hernia?

yes. i,ve had hernias. it takes a surgical fix to eliminate them. i,m working thru how to handle post surgery ab exercises as we "speak". i may never do a crunch again, but i will do something for... Read More »

What are the chances of death from inguinal hernia repair?

Mortality related to inguinal hernia repair or postoperative complications is unlikely, but with advanced age or severe underlying conditions, deaths do occur. Recurrence is a notable complication ... Read More »