If you need to undergo hernia surgery, you may feel a degree of anxiety, which is quite normal. We routinely performs hernia surgery and can assist you to understand in the best possible way what to expect from the procedure and the subsequent recovery process. Hernia surgery helps improve your quality of life and prevent worsening symptoms, so do not delay.

Hernia Surgery, Things you Need to Know

What is Hernia?

We, say, a hernia is a structural defect that makes your organs or a section of fatty tissue to protrude from the muscles and connective tissues that usually, hold it in place. There are several types of hernias. Some of them are:

INGUINAL HERNIAS

This kind of hernias happens when your intestine or bladder pushes partly through your abdominal wall or thrust into the inguinal canal in your groin.

FEMORAL HERNIAS

A femoral hernia forms when a part of your intestine bulges into the canal that houses your femoral artery and vein in the upper part of your thigh.

INCISIONAL OR VENTRAL HERNIAS

An incisional hernia develops when your intestine protrudes through the abdominal walls at the site of previous surgery.

UMBILICAL HERNIAS

An umbilical hernia happens when part of the small intestine squeezes through the abdominal wall.

Causes of Hernias

We says that all hernias are occurred by a combination of pressure and an area of weakened or breached fascia, muscle tissue. In certain cases, a congenital issue makes way to muscle weakness, and a hernia becomes highly possible.

In other circumstances, a hernia happens when you apply undue pressure in your abdomen. Some of the examples include:

As you can see, there are certain cases in which one may prevent a hernia and there are others where a hernia is beyond your control.

How a hernia is repaired?

We says small hernias that are not causing any significant symptoms may not need instant treatment. A hernia will not resolve on its own, however, and will worsen over a period of time. Before symptoms become problematic, it is time to schedule your appointment at the office of Delhi’s renowned and most experienced Surgeon, to discuss possible and best options for surgical repair.

When feasible, We prefers to perform hernia repair laparoscopically rather than a traditional open surgical approach. This method needs only a few minor incisions to gain access to the surgical site. A thin tube equipped having a light and camera supplies real-time imaging to guide the overall procedure.

______ is able to “see” the hernia and its surrounding tissues. She with a complete precision carefully returns the displaced organ to its correct position and then repairs your weakened muscle or connective tissues.

Some hernia repairs can benefit from traditional surgery, only a technique that again lets We to achieve more precision and flexibility than could ever be possible.

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