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Is hernia operation will cause any problem in feature ?

30 Years old female suffering from umbelical hernia, i m having pain in abdomen area & pain is moving in all sides of stomach, i m having constipation problem. all reports like ultrasound, ct scan, double ballon test, brm xray,. are normal. but in hopkins center as per there ultrasound report, i m having hernia. operation is only solution. may i get some problem in future due to this operation
Asked On : Sun, 5 Dec 2010
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Homeopath 's  Response
constipation may cause pain in the abdomen.If you increase pressure on the abdomen that may increase in size of the hernia example like lifting the heavy weight. If this hernia is caused recently, means it is about a month it had been caused, in homeopathy there are best medicines to cure hernia those are like nux vomica and calcarea carb.
Answered: Fri, 10 Dec 2010
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Pediatrician Dr. Santosh Kondekar's  Response
UMBILICAL HERNIA isnt an uncommon thing but unlikely to cause constipation. often it is due to obesity or past surgery. unless it is sufficiently big and obvious without investigations, usually it wont pose any problem.
surgery for it is very simple and safe, if you are safe for the anesthesia.
Answered: Sun, 5 Dec 2010
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General Surgeon Dr. Ajay K Gadhvi's  Response
umbilical hernia should be operated. If done with nice technique,operation will cure hernia without any problem in future.
Answered: Tue, 24 Jan 2012
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