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Hernia surgery: the Laparoscopic way

 Most hernias are repaired laparoscopically, without opening the Abdomen,  with advanced hitech equipment.

Dr.Pramod Shinde



Hernia is a condition where an organ or a part of an organ protrudes through a normal or abnormal opening

Hernia Surgery

Complex, Recurrent and very large hernias can be repaired using special techniques of AWR: Abdominal Wall Reconstruction.

Welcome to Hernia World

Hernia is a condition where an organ or a part of an organ protrudes through a normal or abnormal opening, causing pain and other serious problems. Common example is a swelling at the Umbilicus (navel or belly-button), which is nothing but fat or intestines bulging out of a hole at the naval. This can cause a swelling pain or even a life threatening condition, if the intestine gets stuck inside, and its blood supply gets hampered or obstructed. There are more than fifty different kinds of hernias described, but let us look at the common hernias and a few rarely occurring hernias.

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What Are Symptoms Of a Hernia ?

Each hernia is different, and the symptoms of a hernia can appear gradually or suddenly. Different people feel varying degrees of pain. Some people even feel that something has ruptured or given way.

Is Medical Treatment Necessary For a Hernia ?

If your hernia is  very small and isn't bothering you, your doctor might advise watchful waiting. ... Enlarging or painful hernias commonly require surgery to reduce uneasiness and avoid serious complications. There are two types of hernia surgery

  1. open hernia repair
  2. laparoscopic repair.
Can Heavy Lifting Cause a Hernia ?

We frequently hear that a hernia first developed during a stage of weight lifting. But it is further likely to be a mixture of factors at play. So as to said, anything that raises stress within the abdomen – lifting, sneezing, coughing, or bearing down – can strain the weak part and reason a hernia.

How Do Surgeons Repair Hernias ?

Hernia repair surgery is the world's most common surgical process.

Open surgery – under general  or  local anesthetic, an incision generally around 2.5 to 3 inches is ready to your skin near your hernia and your surgeon will push your hernia back into your abdomen.

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