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Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Saif Ahmad Siddiqui - Aug 21st, 2011 1:31 pm.
Saif Ahmad Siddiqui
Saif Ahmad Siddiqui
I started gym sessions in May, 2002. My instructor didn't tell me to wear supporter and after a month, i developed pain and a slight bulge in the upper side of my groin towards right side. I saw a surgeon in HolyFamily Hospital, New Delhi and he said that it has slightly dislocated and you can continue gym sessions but wear tight supporter. But with time, the bulging out has increased. I am a Taekwondo player and regularly go to gym and do heavy weight trainings. Yesterday, i went to AIIMS and saw a Senior Resident Doctor- Dr.Praveen. He diagnosed with right side reducible inguinal hernia and told me that open or laparoscopic treatment will be done. Can you please tell me the best place in delhi/noida(not gurgaon) for laparoscopic treatment and its cost?
re: Hernia by Dr Sadhana - Aug 21st, 2011 3:06 pm
Dr Sadhana
Dr Sadhana
Dear Mr Saif Ahmad Siddiqui
We are sorry that due to lack of information given to you by your gym trainer this inguinal hernia developed. In our opinion the best place to get this hernia repaired by laparoscopic surgery in India is World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon. Elevated intra-abdominal pressures are often responsible for the formation and recurrence of various types of hernias. Weight training has been linked to significant increases in intra-abdominal pressure. Additionally, several factors, including position, breathing control, and body mass index, have been shown to contribute to hernia recurrence post-surgery. This surgery will cost you 50,000 rupees by laparoscopy and we will use Vipro Mesh and Auto suture Tacker.

With regards
re: Hernia by Dr Sadhana - Aug 21st, 2011 3:09 pm
Dr Sadhana
Dr Sadhana
Dear Sir,

Please keep in mind that even after surgery we will advice you to avoid going gym for at least three month. Sudden dramatic increases in intra-abdominal pressure, such as physical straining and heavy lifting, cause a reflex contraction in the abdominal muscles, increasing the tension of the connective tissue overlying the abdominal wall. The combination of elevated pressure and stress increase the probability of hernia formation. If you have recently undergone hernia repair, heavy weight lifting will place strain on an already weakened abdominal wall; this type of activity is especially risky if the surgical wounds have not fully healed.
re: Hernia by Saif Ahmad Siddiqui - Aug 22nd, 2011 12:41 am
Saif Ahmad Siddiqui
Saif Ahmad Siddiqui
How many days of hospitalization will be required? Post surgery, when will i be able to join the office?
re: Hernia by Tiberiu - Nov 29th, 2012 8:06 pm
Just to let someone on here know that there are Pain Dr.s that are Anesthesiologist These Dr.s can peorfrm a number of things Nerve blocks, epidurals,Mylo-grams ect.ect.. I see one and I go to the University of Michigan Hospital .I have nerve damage in my L5/S1 region .. I also have 4 screws and 2 rods and a cage in that section MY pain Dr. is an anesthesiologist I also am getting a electronic stimulator put in next month . I hope it works so I can feel my (R) leg once again .. Some treatment methods could start with steroid shots to cortisone shots to nerve shots . It's all on what the Dr. finds and what the real issue is Oh by the way the nerve test the guy mentioned up above is called an EMG ("Electromyogaphy")test . It's a simple procedure they will stick you with needles and they have lead wire on them and they check to see if your muscles are responding and ir your nerves are reacting or not .I had one done it wasn't bad at all .Well I wish you the best with your walk in life
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