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A hernia is an opening or weakness in the muscular structure of the wall of the abdomen. It causes building of the abdominal wall which is more noticeable when the abdominal muscles are tightened thereby increase pressure. Any activities which increase intro-abdominal pressure can worsen a hernia. Sometimes, it is described as a rupture commonly found as a lump in the groin region and referred as a primary inguinal hernia by the doctors. It can develop when a loop of the gut bulges out through the weakened part of the abdominal wall. Hernia can occur at any age and can affect both genders.

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Different Types

A hernia can occur anywhere in your abdomen and the different types are:

  • Inguinal hernia

More common in men than women and it occurs when part of the bowel pushes through the abdomen into the groin. Around 80% of hernia are inguinal hernia in which the intestine or bladder protrudes through the abdominal wall or into inguinal canal in the groin.

  • Umbilical hernia

Common in newborns and affects obese women or those having had many children and occurs when fatty tissues pushes through the abdomen near the belly button. Appears as a round lump of fat pushing the navel button forward.

  • Femoral hernia

Most common in women especially who are obese or pregnancy and occurs when the fatty tissues push through the groin at the top of the inner thigh and appear as a fixed lump.

  • Hiatal hernia

It occurs when part of the stomach pushes up into the chest by squeezing through an opening in the diaphragm.

  • Incisional hernia

Most common in overweight and elderly people who are inactive post abdominal surgery and occurs when the fatty tissue pushes through the surgical wound in the abdomen which has not healed fully.

  • Muscle hernia

Occurs when part of the muscle pushes through abdomen and also occur in the muscles of leg as a result of sports injury.

  • Spigelian Hernia

Occurs when part of the bowel pushes through abdomen at the side of the stomach muscle below the navel.

  • Epigastric Hernia

Occurs when the fatty tissue pushes through abdomen, between the navel and lower part of the breastbone.

herniaMultiple treatment options with India Laparoscopic surgery Site.

Not all hernia need to be operated but those causing symptoms of become larges should be repaired by the surgeon. The multiple treatment options with India laparoscopic surgery site will depend on types, size and location of the hernia.

The multiple treatment options are:

  • Standard surgery or open surgery with suturing technique
  • Surgery using mesh plugs or patches
  • Surgery done using a telescope through a small incision, also called as laparoscopic surgery or key hole surgery with mesh

Best Surgeon

The best surgeons for laparoscopic hernia treatment in India are certified and well trained in performing the surgery. They ensure safety of the patient as a priority and strive to offer exceptional services and care for the patients with reduced risk of complications and recurrence post surgery.

Recovery phase

The amount of discomfort felt by the patient post surgery will vary as per the size, type of hernia and the level of tolerance of an individual. Half of the patient report that they need no pain medications. Recovery phase will be smooth as you may resume activities without restriction.

Cost

The cost of laparoscopic hernia treatment in India is quite low compared to that offered by the developed countries. You can get your appointment for hernia treatment in India at affordable price by sending your query to India Laparoscopy Surgery Site.

Mail Your Query info@indialaparoscopysurgerysite.com

 

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