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Left Sided Inguinal Hernia
I had a open mesh repair of a left side inguinal hernia over 10 year ago. Sometimes at work i will overlift and i will be hurting for weeks.. Normal?
Common: Tough to know exactly what the problem is. Doubt is the mesh if there has been a long interval with no symptoms. Recent symptoms could be a sign of hernia recurrence. Persistent symptoms for 10yrs coul be related to the mesh or technique. See a general surgeon for a consult if its bad enough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had left side inguinal hernia repair(incision/mesh) 9 weeks ago. Numbness in groin is fading, but i now have burning in testicle/incision area. Why?
I am diagnosed with inguinal hernia on left side. Who will be the right specialist to see about it? Is it a urologist?
My right testicle hurts a lot and it started like 2 hours ago? I'm 18 (no sex) I have an inguinal hernia on the left side? What could it be ?
Can an inguinal hernia (left) cause pain on the left side of the body from the left hip front and left glute up to the left ribs?
I have had inguinal hernia surgery on right side and now sometimes I have pain just above surgery location on left side with no signs of hernia. Is it possible to have inguinal hernia without bulge ?
After open inguinal hernia surgery 3 weeks ago on the left side, my left testicle doesn't raise up anymore. It was normal before, worried.
Cremaster Muscle: The vas and blood vessels to the testicle are covered by a muscle layer that has to be divided when performing an open inguinal hernia repair, called the cremaster muscle. Depending how extensive the dissection, your testicle may not raise up any more. While i can understand your concern, this should have no major effect on your testicle function. Please discuss with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a pain on my left testicule reaching my lower abdominal ANA I had since 4 years an inguinal hernia surgerie on my 2 sides.might it rehapened?
Possible: Especially if the pain is similar. You may have a recurrence. Contact your Surgeon or primary Dr for examination and guidance on how to proceed. ...Read more