Had femoral hernia surgery a year ago recently was carrying my dauther and felt something pop and cause a lot of pain now there is another bulge.

New bulge ?hernia. I would recommend having a general surgeon check you to see if you have developed a recurrent hernia.
See MD ASAP. With a history of tissue weakness that led to a hernia, and with current symptoms seem to be associated to carrying weight, it must be assumed that another herniation has occurred. Do not wait, as the bulge would indicate the hernia has been breached by important structures, and that could lead to strangulation and loss of oxygen to that tissue. Good luck!

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Is a trigger point injection for pain a good idea after having a femoral hernia surgery 12mo ago after feeling a popping sensation near hernia repair.

Depends. It would depend on where you are having the tp injection. You are not likely getting it into area of femoral hernia repair. Popping likely your hip. Tp injections are into muscles not joints. Read more...

I am 3 months post inguinal hernia surgery and just had an ultrasound and they found a femoral hernia now. Is that normal? How can that happen?

Same side? Is this femoral hernia on the same side as your hernia surgery? Ultrasound can be difficult to interpret on post-operative patients. Do not know if they were seeing scar tussue or swelling. Also a specific diagnosis of a femoral hernia on an ultrasound would be difficult to make. See your surgeon for an exam first. Read more...
Can happen. This can happen after open inguinal hernia repair, because the femoral space is not in the operative field. Having said that, it is very uncommon. It does not happen after laparoscopic repair because the operative field includes the femoral space. See your surgeon for an exam and review of the ultrasound first. Read more...

A year ago I had femoral hernia repair recently I felt something bust or pop open now there is constant pain. What could the popping sensation be?

Recurrence. If you feel a bulge in the area of you're previous hernia repair or pain you may have a recurrence. I would get re-evaluated by your surgeon. I would refrain from doing any heavy lifting or abdominal exercises until you see your physician. Read more...

I'm recovering from femoral hernia surgery, is it safe to use tampons during my recovery?

Yes. Femoral hernis surgery is not significantly differnt from a regular inguinal henia surgery. Tampons will not affect your recovery and should be fine to use during your periods. Read more...
Yes. Your use of tampons will only be limited by any pain that you may experience when placing them. But there should be no reason they would cause any problem with your recovery. Read more...

I had femoral hernia surgery (lapro) last week--can I do normal activity?

Should be ok. My postoperative instructions for lap groin hernia are to return to normal, full activity as tolerated by pain. It's usually 1-2 weeks. Ask your surgeon for their postop instructions. Just call the office and they should be able to tell you straight away. Read more...
Wait. Usually need to wait 4-6 weeks before heavy vigorous activities. Walking and light exercises are alright when approved by your surgeon. Read more...

Had surgery 5 days ago to remove scar tissue from a femoral hernia repair areas of the incision seems to be getting a darker red, and still painful.

Needs to be examined. After 5 days you may still expect some pain but should be improving. However a darker "red" may imply some bruising, but would be more of a purple color. If more red than purple and more "painful" to touch may be suggestive of a slight inflammation in the area and you should have you doctor take a look at it. Read more...

Had scar tissue removed from a femoral hernia repair I started my period 2 days after my surgery and I'm still on it I've been bleeding for 9 days?

Probably not related. However if you are potential blood thinning medications such as nsaids, you may be experiencing prolonged bleeding. As a side note and completely anecdotal observation, many of my patients do report interruptions in their normal cycle associated with the stress of surgery. If this persists more than one cycle, speak with your gynecologist. Read more...
Probably not hernia. It doesn't sound like it is related to the hernia repair, but you should call your surgeon first. May send you to a gynecologist. Read more...