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Can one golf 17 days after minor laproscopic hernia? If not how long. ~40 / male. 25 lb over weight.
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In brief: Yes
You will want to pace yourself and be aware of your body's sensations.
Any discomfort, pulling, or tugging in your groin is a sign that you're not ready for that much activity. You may be better off chipping and putting practice than driving practive or a full game. Remember, that mesh your doctor placed needs to seal in place -- if it moves, it can cause a recurrence of your hernia.

In brief: Yes
You will want to pace yourself and be aware of your body's sensations.
Any discomfort, pulling, or tugging in your groin is a sign that you're not ready for that much activity. You may be better off chipping and putting practice than driving practive or a full game. Remember, that mesh your doctor placed needs to seal in place -- if it moves, it can cause a recurrence of your hernia.
Dr. Crystal Twynham
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
I WAS GOLFING 10 DAYS AFTER MINE... BUT I'M A NUT
Dr. Patricio Gargollo
Pediatrics - Urology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Yes if you were my patient.

In brief: Yes
Yes if you were my patient.
Dr. Patricio Gargollo
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In brief: Yes
Generally yes.
Recovery from any type of laparoscopic surgery is usually anywhere between 3-14 days. Most of my patients return to full activites within 2 weeks after surgery.

In brief: Yes
Generally yes.
Recovery from any type of laparoscopic surgery is usually anywhere between 3-14 days. Most of my patients return to full activites within 2 weeks after surgery.
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