Hernias are openings in the abdominal wall that can enable intestines or fat to protrude through. Hernia repair surgery aims to prevent the recurrence of the hernia by closing the defect with little or no tension. Hernias come in a variety of forms, each with unique characteristics. This article will discuss the many hernia types […]
Hernia During Pregnancy: What Do You Need To Know?
A hernia is a medical condition that develops when a portion of an internal organ pushes through an opening in a muscle and protrudes. Some hernias develop over time, while some are birth defects. The groin and abdomen are the two areas where hernias commonly occur. It’s not necessarily a problem right away if a […]
The Iskandar Complex Hernia Center is proud to offer our patients a proven and remarkable approach to hernia repair, the Shouldice inguinal hernia repair technique. Shouldice repair is an innovative method for treating inguinal hernias without the use of mesh. It is a surgical procedure that involves utilizing a permanent surgical suture to stitch four […]
When Can I Exercise After Hernia Surgery?
Many patients ask us at the Iskandar Complex Hernia Center when they will be able to return to exercising following hernia surgery. We know exercise is an important part of our patient’s lives and not only improves their physical health but is also important for their mental and emotional well-being as well. Getting back to […]
Sex After Hernia Surgery
An essential element of a spousal relationship is physical closeness and sex, but medical issues and surgery can disrupt this close bond. People frequently inquire as to when they may resume their jobs or their athletic endeavors following hernia surgery, but they avoid discussing the subject of when they can resume an intimate relationship or […]
After Hernia Surgery
Patients often ask what to expect after hernia repair surgery. Your recovery time will vary based on a few factors, such as your age, the type of hernia you had, the type of hernia repair surgery, and your overall health. Mild to moderate pain and a feeling of being a little under the weather are […]