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  • ventral (incisional) umbilical hernia after laparoscopy gallstones repair

    my bad luck .. I would like it to be flat. If I submit to surgery will it be flat?

    When I lie down the hernia sinks. leaving a small hole. Will it go away if I fix the hernia?

    It do not hurt or grow up I have 3 years with this problem.

    someone who went through the same guide me please

  • #2
    Dear Dailymail22.
    You have a hernia that is a result of the gallbladder surgery.
    Ask you surgeon to repair it for you.
    Regards
    Bill Brown MD

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    • #3
      Hi Im not sure where to post on this . I have been diagnosed with an umbilibcle hernia ( spelling)? Thurs . The pain is soooo intence cant bend can barely walk i have to hold stomache to walk etc tyl 3 not really working . He prescribed 1 mg diladed but im scared to try it. The surgeon said theres no bowel involved soo going to set up surgey.

      Has anyone else experienced this pain? . Ive had 4 children 3 without epidursl and this pain is horrific .
      Does this sound normal? Also my stomache is soo bloated cant touch it and burning sensation.

      Thank you very much

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      • #4
        Also he mentioned mesh but ive heard horror stories
        thanks

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        • #5
          Autumngirl ice packs and other anti inflammatories work best. Narcotics aren’t as effective.
          #ItsNotJustAHernia
          www.BeverlyHillsHerniaCenter.com

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