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Recovery from Hernia Surgery

Once you’ve undergone a successful hernia surgery with the experts at Hernia Surgery Los Angeles, it’s time to begin the recovery process. And because our surgeons are often able to use the latest minimally invasive hernia surgery techniques, recovery from hernia surgery is easier and less painful than with open techniques. What to Expect During 
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Incisional Hernia

An incisional hernia is a type of hernia that occurs as a result of a weakened, improperly-healed wound from a previous surgery.  When the incision from a past surgery in the abdominal region does not completely heal, a hernia may develop through which tissue or the intestines may protrude through. Unlike some other hernia types, 
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Epigastric Hernia

An epigastric hernia is a type of hernia that occurs in the upper abdomen when tissues protrude through a weakness in the abdominal muscle. Although hernias are a somewhat common condition, affecting adults, children, and newborns, epigastric hernias account for approximately 1% of all hernia cases. Those suffering from a hernia in this region will 
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Having Multiple Hernias

Hernias are somewhat common and can affect patients of all age ranges. A hernia is not something that is guaranteed to never reappear after treatment. They can come back at the same site of the fixed hernia, or develop in an entirely new area of the body. Hernias can happen for a number of reasons, 
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Hernia and Abdominoplasty at the Same Time

A common question we receive at the Hernia Surgery Center of Excellence in Los Angeles is from patients wanting to know if hernia surgery and abdominoplasty can be done at the same time. These patients that require hernia surgery may want to use the opportunity to also undergo a tummy tuck procedure. One of the 
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Hernia and Diastasis Recti

There can sometimes be confusion regarding the difference between a hernia and diastasis recti. Although they may have similar symptoms, they are both quite different from each other. Questions as to the difference between the two most often come from pregnant women. Women that are pregnant have both a higher likelihood of developing both a 
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