|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by siddharth - Dec 16th, 2011 10:48 am.|
|The Ultrasound reveals that I have a small inguinal hernia in my right abdomen area. There is dull pain all the time in my right abdomen area. I feel more pain while I have sex especially during climax and ejaculation in the same side. Is the pain due to the inguinal hernia diagnosed in the Ultrasound?
I have heard a lot about people being impotent after the laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery and suffer from pain and other irregularities for long years. Is this true? I am really worried about all these complications and scared to go for a surgery. Please advise?
Here is the ultrasound report:
There is a small post void residual volume 30 cc. I note the patient is tender in the right iliac fossa. There is a direct ingunal hernia seen ( Medial to the inferior epigastric vessels). This is completely reducible and contain only fat. The neck measures 13 mm straining.
Also, advise best surgeon and hospital in India with laproscopic options.
re: ingunal hernia by Dr M.K. Gupta - Dec 16th, 2011 9:39 pm
Dr M.K. Gupta
|Dear Mr Siddrath
Before deciding the type of hernia possible in your case you should get yourself examined by a surgeon.
In a small quantity of patients the laparoscopic method cannot be performed. Factors that may increase the possibility of choosing or converting towards the "open" procedure may include obesity, past prior abdominal surgery causing dense scar tissue, inability to visualize organs or bleeding problems throughout the operation.
The choice to perform the open procedure is really a judgment decision made by your surgeon either before or during the actual operation. Once the surgeon feels that it is safest to convert the laparoscopic procedure to an open one, this is not a complication, but rather sound surgical judgment. The choice to become a wide open procedure is strictly based on patient safety.
Any operation might be associated with complications. The main complications of any operation are bleeding and infection, which are uncommon with laparoscopic hernia repair. There's a slight risk of injury to the urinary bladder, the intestines, arteries, nerves or even the sperm tube going to the testicle. Difficulty urinating after surgical treatment is not unusual and may require a temporary tube into the urinary bladder for as long as 1 week.
Any time a hernia is repaired it can return. This long-term recurrence minute rates are not yet known. Your surgeon can help you decide if the potential risks of laparoscopic hernia repair are less than the potential risks of leaving the problem untreated.
These complication can happen but in the hands of skilled surgeon these complications are very less.
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