Risks of having baby after hernia surgery?

Hernia recurrence. First and foremost, a prior hernia repair is unlikely to interfere with your pregnancy or delivery. However, the location of the hernia and the method of repair may have some impact if mesh was used and a c-section is necessary. Be sure and review this information with your obstetrician early in your pregnancy.
How long . I would wait at least 6 months. The only risk is that it can recur. www.drlugo.com.

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Inguinal ovary hernia surgery? Had it as an infant, can I get pregnant? Did it damage anything?

Inguinal ovary. If you have regular menstrual cycles, I would not worry at this point. Once you are trying to get pregnant, after trying for about 1 year without achieving pregnancy, you may want to revisit this question again. Read more...
Yes you can get preg. yes you can get pregnant the surgery you had when you were infant will not interfere with your ability to have children good luck. Read more...
Review records. Its hard to answer that question without reviewing records. Most hernia repair are done without complications. The ovary is push back into position and the hernia is repaired. In some cases if there were any complications, i.e. surgeon was unable to reduce a strangulated ovary, it would need to be removed. But we only need one functioning ovary to get pregnant. Read more...

Baby how long to recover from hernia surgery?

depends. Depends on what type of hernia and the age and medical condition of the baby. If it is a groin hernia, and the baby is healthy, recovery is typically a few days to a couple weeks. There are usually no restrictions of activity, and your surgeon will tell you about the wound care, which is also typically very simple. Read more...

Is hernia surgery more painful in an adult than in a child?

Hard to tell. Most hernia operations in kids happen under the age of 2 when they are non verbal. How to test a relative pain index between the two is hard to conceptualize. Read more...
Yes. Yes possible, in children unlike adult hernia , no extensive dissection is needed , no graft is used, simple ligation of sac is done, will have less pain . Read more...

Had hernia surgery in groin as child. Need a MRI will there be any metal clips along with the mesh or anything to cause trouble?

Not likely. Hernia surgery in children generally does not use mesh or foreign material. Even if metal clips were used, they are most often intert and non-magnetic titanium. Read more...
Not likely. Pediatric hernias are traditionally not fixed with mesh, clips etc. Even if mesh was used it is highly unlikely that it was fixed with metal clips that may hinder your MRI testing. You should not worry. Read more...

Inguinal hernia surgery: On a female baby, where do they make an incision? Or where are they supposed to?

Depends. This depends on whether the surgeon is going to do an open procedure or a laparoscopic procedure. If it is an open procedure, they will make a small incision in the groin area that will most likely not leave very much of a permanent scar. If it is done laparoscopically there'll be a few tiny incisions in the abdominal area that will be very hard to see in the future. Read more...