Most of the time surgery is the only cure for a hernia but there are cases where you dont need to go under the knife this article explains what you need to know. An inguinal hernia occurs when tissue usually from the small intestine protrudes through the part of abdominal wall near the groin open surgeries where a surgeon makes a long incision into the groin is one type of surgery to address this problem. A hernia is when a sac full of tissue bulges out through an opening between the muscles in the abdominal wall in cases where hernia surgery fails and the person has a recurrent hernia it can make additional operations harder to perform the chances of the surgery being successful go down with each successive surgery. Following these 5 tips can help speed up your recovery and allow you to get back to your normal routine as soon as possible if you have more questions about recovery after inguinal hernia repair be sure to reach out to your doctor. After inguinal hernia surgery most patients can return home as long as they exhibit no side effects from the surgery if dizziness seizures or other reactions to anesthesia occur the patient may remain in the hospital for a longer recovery period usually not longer than 24 hours for observation patients who suffer complications from the
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