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Hernia Mesh Problems
A hernia is a hole in the abdominal wall thru which the inner lining protrudes thru, creating a sac. Organs from within the abdominal cavity, such as the intestine, can protrude thru the hole and get stuck in the sac. Many hernias develop during fetal life and become evident in childhood or as an adult. Some develop following a prior abdominal operation. The cornerstone ...Read more
Hernia mesh problems, cord pain, doctors said too risky to modify mesh because risk of losing testicle, is this true?
Surgical opinion: You really need to see a general surgeon for a second opinion on this one. The meshes were of course designed to stay and removing them can cause some problems - but usually not as much as not having them in the first place. While nerve pain and inflammation can be an issue, there is usually no major expected risk such as losing a testicle. Talk about all available options with that surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had surgery 3 yrs ago for paraesophageal hernia. Mesh was put in. Problems back now. I shake violently starting with spasms. Is this due to hernia?
Doubtful: Esophageal spasm doesn't cause violent shaking. I would recommend seeing your primary care doctor. If there is a concern about your previous paraesophageal hernia repair, you should see your surgeon and may need an upper GI contrast study and upper endoscopy to make sure the mesh has not eroded into the esophagus (unlikely). ...Read more
Is nanotechnolgy used 2 round the edges of the holes which are in artificial mesh used for hernia repair so no problem occur when fibros tissues grow?
Not yet: The majority of synthetic mesh for hernia repair are knitted in large sheets, then cut to size with a laser. This smooths the edges of the mesh. I am not aware of any special engineering regarding the mesh edge that uses a form of nanotechnology in the current products. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can pig abdomen wall or some other part be used in some way 2 repair hernias instead of artificial mesh which creates so many problems and recurrence?
I had a herniac surgery in 2007 & now in 2014 i came to know that I have hernia again. in my last surgery no mesh was used for repairing the problem & my size of herniac sac has increased since 2014, can masturbation be a possible cause for this increment
NO: Small percentage of hernias do recur > At 12 yr old only sac was removed , now repair of the weakened floor will be done , get it done as soon as possible to prevent complications ...Read more
I had a rather large hernia repair with mesh years ago and since then have developed a diastasis recti, will this cause me any problems?
My penis is shorter after hernia surgery using a mesh. Will this problem correct itself. Can someone please give me a real answer back. ?
Possibly swelling: This may be due to postoperative swelling around the base of the penis and in the scrotum and should resolve with time. Have never seen this be a long term problem. As always, check with the surgeon who did the operation if it persists. ...Read more
I have had an abdominal hernia mesh repair can lifying weight cause a diverification recti will physiotherapy help or cause more problems?
Unclear ?: Not sure what your question is, but in general, you're activity level should be based on pain and discomfort, not the fact that you had a hernia repair or a diastasis recti. By the way, the diastasis will not get better with exercise. The exercise will however probably make you feel better. Hope this helps! ...Read more
I just had surgery on friday to remove mesh from hernia repair and now I am felling fatigue and clammy what is the problem?
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