If you have had surgery to repair an inguinal hernia and the pain just won’t go away, talk to your surgeon about these five options for relief.
The longer you ignore a hernia, the more uncomfortable it becomes. Tap or click through this interactive feature to discover the five most common types of hernia and where they occur.
Here’s why getting your hernia fixed right the first time is so important.
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Have you been told you need hernia surgery? Don’t worry. Most hernia surgeries today are done on an out-patient basis, and are minimally invasive and low-risk. Surgeon Diya Alaedeen, MD, FACS, Director of the Hernia Center at Cleveland Clinic’s Digestive Disease Institute, says hernia surgery is “very common, and risks are very minimal.” With both … Read More