Inguinal Hernia

Colorectal surgery

Inguinal Hernia

Occurrence of fatty tissue or intestinal bulge near the inguinal canal or the groin area. Treatment for inguinal hernia predominantly focuses on the laparoscopic surgeries. More than women, men have the possibilities of inguinal hernia

Inguinal hernia develops overtime and weakness the walls, factors like weight lifting, birth defect in the abdominal wall and straining induced inguinal hernia. Genetic factors i.e family history of hernia, smoking, previous surgeries in near the abdominal region possess greater risk in developing the inguinal hernia.

Patients experience no symptoms or pain during the initial stage. Gradually they appear as

  • Protrude on one or both sides of the groin
  • Discomfort, pain in the groin, especially while exercising, lifting or coughing
  • Burning sensation near the groin
  • Bulged scrotum

Your physician initially diagnoses inguinal hernia initially through physical tests by examining
protrudes. Abdominal X ray or CT scan maybe recommended to determine the severity.

Once diagnosed with hernia, the patient can be advised with hernia repair surgery, since there
lies no chances of hernia to be cured under oral therapies. Best hernia repair surgeons treat the
conditions with the high chances of patient resuming back to normal life next day.

  • Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair surgery

Assisted by our advanced facilities, most of the patients resume back to normal routine few days
after laparoscopic hernia repair surgery. Patients may be advised for regular follow ups that
includes changes in dietary and lifestyle modifications.