Incisional Hernia

An Incisional Hernia is a hernia which occurs through an old incision site from prior surgery. These hernias may be simple or complicate, large or small. In most cases, they need to be repaired.

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Inguinal Hernia FAQs

Inguinal Hernia FAQs

An inguinal hernia often occurs when tissue, like part of the intestine, bulges through a weak region in the abdominal muscles. The resulting bulge may be painful especially during movement. An inguinal hernia may not be dangerous. But it does not improve on its own and can even lead to life-threatening complications. Your doctor may…

Learn More &#    ; How Serious Is A Hernia?

Learn More - How Serious Is A Hernia?

You may not know much about the challenges a hernia can cause. This condition is common among older people, but it can affect people of all ages. There are mild cases of this disorder, but it can also be life-threatening if not treated. Fortunately, with the help of your doctor, you can treat it and…