A hernia occurs when a gland or abdominal tissue breaks through a hole in the muscles. Hernia restoration surgery or herniorrhaphy involves restoring the displaced tissues to their proper position.
In many cases, people may have no or very fewer hernia symptoms. You may notice a swelling or lump in your belly area or groin. Often you have no hernia pain. But if your hernia causes unexpected pain and especially if it can’t be pushed back in, you should visit a Hernia Surgeon.
Dr. Sachin Deore is an Associate Fellow in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery and a Hernia Surgeon in Nashik. Currently, he is serving at Saru Hospital located in Nashik.
Hernia symptoms and factors that indicate surgery:
- long-term hernia pain or discomfort in the abdominal area
- pain while performing everyday activities
- sharp abdominal pain and vomiting
- hernias that put pressure on nerves to cause irritation and numbness
- stomach cramps
- hernia bulge changes color, especially a dark shade of red or purple
What does hernia surgery involve?
Hernia surgery can help to relieve pain and strengthen the weak muscle area. It includes 2 types of surgery pattern-
Open Surgery- It is performed under local or general anesthetic with an incision usually around 2.5 to 3 inches.
Keyhole (laparoscopic) Surgery– It is performed under general anesthetic, several smaller incisions are made to allow your surgeon to use a less invasive technique. Dr. Sachin Deore uses Laparoscopic Hernia treatment in Nashik.
Recovery time after Surgery-
Before a person is discharged from the hospital, the hernia surgeon will explain what activities should be avoided and for what duration.
It takes 3 to 6 weeks for a full recovery after hernia surgery, you should not do any heavy lifting after surgery. Usually, it will take 1 to 2 weeks before a person can go back to everyday activities and work.
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