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.

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