A hernia is a type of fatty tissue or bulge of an organ in the groin area. Inguinal hernia surgery i

Inguinal Hernia Surgery treatment | An overview

Doctors suggest inguinal hernia surgery as the most recommended treatment for hernia. However, surgery is not suitable for all types of hernias. Let us learn more about inguinal hernia repair. In hernias, due to the weakening of fascia (the muscle wall or connective tissue), the organ or fatty tissue puts strain against it.

Over time, the condition of hernia worsens and requires proper treatment. There are different hernias, such as umbilical, incisional, femoral, hiatal, and epigastric hernias. However, almost 70% of hernias are inguinal hernias that occur in the groin area. The Groin area is the one around the pubic bone that separates the abdomen from the legs. 

Here is a brief about inguinal hernia surgery

Symptoms of Inguinal hernia 

Inguinal hernia is the most common in males. Men are 25% at risk of hernia, while women have a 2% chance of the condition. The main reason is the inguinal canal on the path from the testis to the scrotum. The female inguinal canal is very small. Therefore, hernias are very rare in women. Symptoms include lumps, swelling, or a bulge under the skin in the groin area. This can be painful. The condition disappears completely when the patient lies down. However, it gets worse due to coughing and sneeze. Moreover, it causes discomfort during the walk as well. 

Inguinal hernia surgery Treatment options 

Surgical treatment is considered the most appropriate treatment. However, as part of non-surgical hernia treatment, your doctor may recommend that you use a binder, truss, or corset for support. 

In addition, before the details about surgical treatment options for inguinal hernias, it is necessary to understand the history behind hernias and testicular memes. During the operation, the testicular blood vessels are always in great danger. Therefore, it is very important to find an experienced surgeon for your inguinal hernia repair. There are two main types of inguinal hernia treatment : 

Open surgery 

Using general anesthesia, the laparoscopic surgeon makes an incision on your lower abdomen to open up the skin. Consequently, the hernia is pushed back or removed. The surgeon will either suture the incision back or use a synthetic mesh to help the cut heal again. 

 Laparoscopic Surgery 

 In laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery, the surgeon uses harmless gas to inflate the patient's abdomen. It helps to observe the organs better. Consequently, the surgeon makes a small incision near the hernia to insert the laparoscope. Precisely, a laparoscope is a small tube with a camera on the tip. Looking at the image, the surgeon repairs the hernia with a mesh. Compared to open surgery, recovery from the laparoscopic groin or inguinal hernia repair is speedy. Patients can resume daily work after only one week of bed rest.

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