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Re: herina

I discovered a lump in my groin when the swelling went down after my Da Vinci. None of my doctors thought it was a hernia. I finally went to a surgeon who specialized in hernia repair and he recognized it right away. It took two surgeries to finally fix it.
A friend of mine also developed a hernia right after a different abdominal laparoscopic procedure. I think anytime they pump up your abdomen you are at risk of getting a hernia. It seems to be just another side effect that they don't tell you about.

Re: herina

Thanks for the info ,it came up in casual talks & nobody seemed to know anything . Low psa to all Bob

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