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Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery

General anesthesia is used for laparoscopic hernia surgery, and a breathing tube is needed. The lower abdomen is incised three times with half-inch or smaller incisions. A camera called a laparoscope is placed into the belly during laparoscopic hernia surgery in order to view the hernia defect on a monitor. The surgeon's movements are directed by the picture on the monitor. A prosthetic mesh is then used to cover the hernia defect after the hernia sac has been extracted from the abdominal wall defect. The vas deferens, which transports sperm from the testis, blood arteries that might bleed, and nerves close to the hernia—all of which can cause persistent discomfort if injured—must all be avoided by the surgeons while doing this procedure. Small wounds are stitched up with sutures, which naturally fall out over time. To decide which method is best for you, you should go through all of your hernia repair choices with your surgeon. Once their pain is under control, they have urinated, and they are able to eat meals or beverages without experiencing nausea or vomiting, the majority of patients having elective or nonemergent groin hernia repair go home the same day as the surgery.


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