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Hernia Surgery

Flu-Like Symptoms After Hernia Surgery

Over half a million people in the United States undergo hernia repair surgery each year, according to 2008 information from Newpor...

Complications of Abdominal Hernia Mesh Repair

The development of implantable fabric meshes revolutionized hernia surgery. Your surgeon can choose to repair your hernia by pull...

Activities to Avoid If You Have Had Hernia Surgery

A hernia is a defect in the musculature of the abdomen, a weakness or an actual opening, that can lead to a protrusion of the unde...

How to Reduce Pain After Hernia Surgery

How much pain you experience after hernia surgery will depend on the type of surgery you have had. According to the Cleveland Clin...

How to Treat Constipation After Hernia Surgery

The American College of Surgeons describes a hernia as a condition that occurs when internal tissue bulges through muscular openin...

What to Do When Hernia Repair Surgery Fails

A hernia occurs when the outer wall of the abdomen or groin allows the inner intestines to protrude through an opening, forming a ...

Herniated Forearm Muscle

A herniated forearm muscle is a relatively rare condition in which your muscle protrudes through the fascia -- the fibrous tissues...

Post Hernia Surgery Exercises

After hernia repair surgery, an appropriate activity and exercise level is critical for recovery. Since hernias can be aggravated ...

How to Recover From Hernia Surgery

A hernia is the protrusion of a body part through an abnormal opening, and curing it requires surgery to reposition the part and c...

Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery & Exercise

A hernia occurs when a body organ protrudes through a weak area of muscle. Hernias commonly occur in the esophageal region,belly b...
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