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November 24, 2018
Sex After Hernia Surgery: What to Expect
When can I have sex? No matter what type of hernia you have or what type of surgery is used to correct it, you can expect some soreness and swelling for at least a few days following the procedure. The anesthesia may also leave you easily fatigued for a week or two. It wouldn’t be...
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5 Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery
Surgery today differs significantly from the procedures used several decades ago when open surgery was the only option. Previously, following traditional surgery for a hernia, colon cancer, or gallbladder disease, patients knew they would have a large incision, an expensive hospital stay, and a lengthy recovery. Today, minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a viable alternative...
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What is Abdominal Wall Reconstruction? Symptoms and Causes of Abdominal Wall Hernias. Methods of Repair
The abdominal wall protects the organs within the peritoneum. Several layers of tissue make up the wall: these layers include muscle, connective tissue and fat, peritoneal membrane, and skin. If a muscle or tissue becomes weak, an organ may protrude and create a lump beneath the skin: This is referred to as a hernia. What...
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