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Why a Hernia Surgery?

Hernia surgery is the quickest and easiest method to treat a hernia before it can cause further damage to your system. Laparoscopic hernia surgery is a very non-invasive surgery option.

Here is why PharmEasy Surgicare is the best option for you to get a hernia surgery:

  • Minimally-invasive laparoscopic procedure to minimise any cuts
  • Quick surgery- Completed within 60 minutes
  • Minimal pain after surgery
  • Single stitch and minimal scars
  • Short stay at the hospital
  • Very quick recovery so that you can join work soon
  • Cost-effective since PharmEasy offers discounts

Hernia Diagnosis and Treatment

A doctor will perform a hernia diagnosis to determine the severity of your disease so that they can suggest an appropriate treatment for you. The first step by a doctor is to physically examine the affected region. The diagnosis can include a series of tests like an abdominal ultrasound, abdominal CT scan, and an abdominal MRI scan. These are all imaging tests that help the doctor pinpoint the location and effect of the hernia. You do not have to worry about booking separate tests anymore. Book your Hernia surgery through PharmEasy SurgiCare. Our Care Expert will help you in getting your diagnostic tests done through PharmEasy.

Here are the surgery options that your doctor might recommend to you for treatment of the hernia:

  • Option 1 ยท Doctor Recommended

    Laparoscopic surgery

    Laparoscopic surgery is a procedure where small incisions are made on the abdomen or the groin and surgical tools are inserted to view and treat the affected area. The affected tissue is pushed back into place and the affected area is reinforced with a surgical mesh. The incision is closed with a small suture that heals quickly.

  • Option 2

    Hernioplasty

    Hernioplasty is an open surgery to treat a hernia. An incision is made on the groin and the bulging tissue is pushed back into place. The affected area is repaired by sewing the muscle tissues together. A mesh might even be placed to reinforce the affected area.

What is Hernia?

  • Hernia Symptoms

    The following are some symptoms of hernia that you can keep an eye for:

    • A noticeable bulge or lump near the groin or abdominal region. This is especially noticeable when you stand upright or while coughing.

    • A sensation of burning at the affected area.

    • Pain in the bulging area and sharp sensations when bending or doing strenuous activity.

    • A sensation of heaviness at the region of the bulge.

    • Pain and swelling around the testicles (for men in case of inguinal hernia).

    • A constant increase in the size of the bulging area.

    • Not being able to pass stools (caused by the inflammation and bulging of the intestines).

  • What Causes a Hernia?

    Hernia can be caused due to several factors. Weakness in the muscles present since birth can be a major factor for hernia, but some other factors can cause hernia too. Here are some of the major causes of hernia:

    • Strenuous activity Engaging in strenuous activities like heavy lifting or exercise can put a considerable amount of pressure on the intestines and lead to the development of a hernia.

    • Injuries Injuries to the abdomen or the intestines can displace it and weaken the muscle tissues in the area causing a hernia.

    • Developmental issues Most inguinal hernias happen because an opening in the muscle wall does not close before birth as it should. This leaves a weak area in the belly muscle.

    • Constipation Constipation can cause a lot of stress during bowel movement, and putting too much pressure on the intestines for a bowel movement can cause a hernia.

    • Chronic coughing Chronic coughing refers to a condition where you have to cough constantly. Excessive coughing can put sudden pressure on the intestines.

    • Pregnancy Pregnancies put a considerable amount of pressure on the intestines of women since their muscle walls stretch. Multiple pregnancies can cause a weakened muscle wall near the stomach and lead to a hernia.

    • Obesity The excess amount of fat near the abdominal muscles can put pressure on the intestine, thereby causing a hernia.

    • Premature birth If a baby is born prematurely, that means that it might have underdeveloped muscle tissue. This can sometimes cause a hernia in newborn infants.

    • Ascites Ascites is a condition where the liver does not function properly and leads to the buildup of fluid in the abdominal region. This can put pressure on the intestine and cause its displacement.

A Hernia is a condition where an internal organ or fatty tissue of the body push through the weak areas of surrounding muscles and tissues. Physically, it looks like an abnormally bulging body part.

Our stellar doctors

Dr. Vishal Tukaram

General Surgeon15 Years Experience

DNB - General Surgery, FCPS - General Surgery, MBBS

Dr. Ankit Poddar

General Surgeon12 Years Experience

FMAS ( Minimal Access Surgery ) , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Sameer Rambia

General Surgeon8 Years Experience

FMAS ( Minimal Access Surgery ) , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Jiten Chaudhary

General Surgeon28 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Srirang Yadwadkar

General Surgeon10 Years Experience

MNAMS, FICS , FCPS, FMAS , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Susheel Dubey

General Surgeon15 Years Experience

DNB General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Abhijeet bhagul

General Surgeon22 Years Experience

FCPS , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Gautam Nadkarni

General Surgeon24 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Pradeep Srihan

Laproscopic & General Surgeon21 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

Why opt for PharmEasy SurgiCare?

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Hear from our customers

Manan ShuklaMumbai
The doctors at PharmEasy helped prepare me for my surgery as I was scared. PharmEasy Care Expert is very supportive and took care of all my surgery needs like scheduling diagnostic tests, arranging for transportation and taking care of paperwork at the hospital.
Mohan BhosleMumbai
I am very happy with the service I received from PharmEasy Surgicare. The procedure was performed at a well-known hospital at the fraction of the cost that I would generally have had to pay.
Shantam BagariaMumbai
The surgery service from PharmEasy is amazing. They took care of all the paperwork at the hospital, arranged for tests and transportation too. The surgery itself was completed in only 60 minutes and I was back home on the same day. Thank you PharmEasy!
Tohid AliMumbai
Great service from PharmEasy as the Care Expert really took care of all needs before and after my hernia surgery. They handled the diagnostic tests, doctors consultations and insurance paperwork too!
Delawar BatliwalaMumbai
The PharmEasy SurgiCare service is great for laparoscopic hernia surgery and I would recommend their service to anyone who needs to get the surgery.

Frequently asked questions

  • What are the chances of recurrence of hernia after the surgery?

    The chances of recurrence of this ailment after the surgery is minimal. There is a 30% chance of recurrence, however, the use of mesh in laparoscopic hernia surgery minimises the chances even further.

  • Is there any pain after laparoscopic hernia surgery?

    There is some pain after hernia surgery that lasts for a few days. Your doctor will prescribe you pain medications and necessary precautions to make your post surgery experience comfortable.

  • Is there any loss of blood during the hernia surgery?

    There is a minute amount of bleeding during laparoscopic hernia surgery

  • How long does it take to recover after the surgery?

    The recovery time after laparoscopic hernia surgery is generally 1-2 weeks.

  • Is surgery the only treatment option for hernia?

    Hernia surgery is the most effective treatment option for a hernia.

  • Can hernia surgery affect sexual activity?

    You will be advised to avoid any sexual intercourse immediately after hernia surgery. However, it is generally safe to resume sexual activity 4 weeks after surgery. It is best if you consult your doctor about resuming sexual activity after the surgery.

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