What are the complications surrounding pregnancy after having hernia surgery?

Recurrent herniation. Recurrent herniation is possible. Many people get through pregnancy without any complication following hernia surgery. It is important for you to keep in touch with your surgeon if you have problems during your pregnancy.
Depends. Inguinal, or groin hernia repair shouldn't have any issues with subsequent pregnancy. Ventral or incisional hernia repair that utilized a mesh in the area where a c-section would be could complicate the c-section by making it more technically difficult, requiring expertise of a general surgeon alongside the ob. This would likely slow down the cesarean, possibly causing a problem if it was emergent.

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I want to know if umbilical hernia surgery can have effect on pregnancy later in life, iwant my 3year old girl to undergo the surgery.

Should not. Shouldn't be a problem. It will not effect her getting pregnant. At times the hernia recurs though. This can happen if someone lifts something heavy and the increase strain on the muscles and patch make it tear or an increase in weight in the midsection which will put the patch under more pressure. The hernia may recur when she is pregnant and really starts to "show", but it won't be an issue. Read more...
Umbilical Hernia. If the hernia is still present at age 4-5, most physicians agree that it should be repaired. If the hernia becomes trapped and your child is experiencing pain or vomiting then it may need to be repaired sooner. Read more...

Post op complications from hernia surgery had 2nd hernia repair surgery 01/10/12 off work 6 weeks post op. Husband is a school teacher so even when he went back to school no lifting needed. When we went to his post op appointment there was under the incis

Hello, . Hello, it sounds like your husband has had a change in status since he was examined. It doesn't state if it is tender, painful or if there is drainage. Fever? Warmth, erythema, swelling to the point of hardening may well represent an infection. He needs to be re-evaluated. For fever or severe abdominal pain, he should go to the er. If not, i would call the general surgeon in the morning and tell him or her / staff about the changes your husband has eperienced over the last three days.Take care. Read more...
I . I would be concerned about infection and an urgent evaluation is appropriate. Read more...

I am haveing laprocopic double hernia surgery if ther is no complications what is a normal time a person can resume normal sexual activety

As tolerated . Barring complications, i tell my patients they can return to normal activity, including sex, as tolerated by pain. Plan on a few days at least, but you'll have to take it one day at a time. Good luck! Read more...