Concerns with "bulb" at the surgery site

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David Knight

Dec 15, 2018, 7:29:52 PM12/15/18
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I had the laparoscopic surgery with robots to repair a double hernia using mesh on both sides. The right side was very small to where I wasn't aware there was one there. It has been nearly 6 weeks and it is completely flat without any issues. The left side seems to be doing okay...but there is a small "bulb" where the hernia protrusion used to be. He said that it will go away over time and that I shouldn't be concerned about it.

I have been unable to find discussions or good information about these specifics. Has anyone else dealt with this same post-surgery issue?

Prof.Dr.Desarda MP

Dec 16, 2018, 12:17:17 AM12/16/18
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We advise to never get inguinal hernia repaired through laparoscope because the mesh is spread directly over the testicular vessels and the vas difference (Sperm carrying tube). There are chances of sterility if bilateral inguinal hernias are repaired through laparoscope. Read details at

Jul 18, 2019, 12:37:13 AM7/18/19
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Dear friends,

Be careful about mesh used in hernia surgery. It is a simple piece of synthetic cloth !!!

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Chief of Hernia Center, Poona Hospital & Research Center
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