What is Hernia?

    A hernia occurs when an internal organ or other body part extends beyond or above a surface through the wall of muscle that normally contains it. Most hernias occur within the abdominal cavity, between the chest and the hip.
    Types of Hernia:
    • Inguinal/Femoral Hernia – In the Groin Region
    • Umbilical/ Para-umbilical Hernia – Around the belly button.
    • Incisional Hernia – Around the site of earlier surgery.
    • Epigastric Hernia – In the Epigastric region

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    Causes

    Constipation

    Present since birth

    Lifting heavyweights

    Symptoms

    Lump or bulge in the affected area

    Feeling pain while lifting weight.

    Pain in the abdomen or groin

    Chest pain

    Chest pain

    Why You Should Not Delay Treatment?
    It can be dangerous (causing death if hernia is Strangulated)
    Causes a painful lump in the groin
    Homeopathy & Ayurveda are ineffective
    What is the cost of Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery?
    Cost of laparoscopic hernia surgery depends on following factor:
    Type of Hernia – Inguinal, Femoral, Umbilical, Incisional, Epigastric
    Surgical process and the mesh/implant used for hernia repair
    Any Pre-Existing medical condition
    After clinical diagnosis by our best doctors, cost estimation can be provided
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      FAQs

      Yes, Hernia is covered under health insurance

      Since hernia can’t be healed by taking medicines, homeopathy, or doing exercises. Surgery is required to ‘push’ the protruding organs back in place through the opening & closing the opening with mesh.

      At Sama Hospital, we do minimally invasive surgery which is less painful than open surgery. Also, our doctors & anesthetists make sure that you are kept as pain-free as possible during surgery.

      It depends from patient to patient, type of hernia being treated, tools & techniques used to treat hernia, and its size. But generally, after 3-4 days, one can back to enjoy a normal life.

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