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Post op inguinal hernia operation 3 month ago yesterday. Began having pain in my pelvis, hips and back of thighs. Also pain in my butt when I sit.

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Dr. Daniel Para
29 years experience in General Surgery
Unrelated to surgery: While your symptoms do not sound related to inguinal hernia surgery, you should consider seeing your primary care physician for these new problems, or even visit your surgeon for a quick exam and reassurance.
Answered on Aug 17, 2017
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