Can abdomen bloating cause pain on incision from open hernia repair 7 weeks post-op?

Maybe. It could the the bloating is the cause of pain that it felt at the incision site, or is stretching the incision sight slightly and causing pain. Neither case should cause severe pain. If it is severe or progressive, or you think something is "not right", call your surgeon for an exam to check it out.
Pain. Yes it can. Depends what kind of hernia you had, may need to follow up with your doctor to make sure there is no recurrence.

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