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Old 22-01-14, 04:47 PM   #1
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I am due to have surgery on mine on Monday but was wondering if anyone has any experiences with these?
Have you got one or have you had one and had surgery etc, what was recovery like
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Old 22-01-14, 05:03 PM   #2
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Not had an umbilical one, but I have had an inguinal one.
Missed about 2 months of work due to it back in 2009.
I don't think I'm a girl but **** recovery was painful. Still got a nice big purple scar lurking down there!
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I have an unbilical hernia, twisted bowel and four kidney stones. Had a Renogram before xmas (where the inject you with that radioactive dye). I have a consulatant appointment next month.

From what I can gather when I was on the ward, you are in and out within a day. There was a bloke who was re-admitted, his wound had become infected and was bright red. He had a burning sensation. You could smell something wrong when I passed his bed.

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Not had one myself but I wish you all the best for Monday and a speedy recovery.
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Not had one either, but I am on the NHS waiting list for back surgery (yes, at my age ) so all the best for Monday and hope you have a speedy recovery, it doesn't sound like a pleasant thing to have, I've just got home after being in A&E in agony, so hope if you're NHS, your local trust is better than mine
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Old 02-02-14, 05:57 PM   #6
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Well 6 days after surgery and all seems to be going well, the pain is getting less every day but tbh it hasn't been as bad as i thought it might, getting up and down is painful but when im up/down its fine.There is an amount of bruising around the area but all in all i'm happy so far.
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How's the recovery going chap?
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Yea its going well, thanks for asking
I'm 2 1/2 weeks in now and theres no pain, the skin has healed but the muscle will take longer so i have to be careful with that, boredom is the problem now as i feel fine but not allowed to do much yet so need to keep reminding myself to not lift anything.
Got a couple of pic's of the hernia before op if anyone wants to see it
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Yea its going well, thanks for asking
I'm 2 1/2 weeks in now and theres no pain, the skin has healed but the muscle will take longer so i have to be careful with that, boredom is the problem now as i feel fine but not allowed to do much yet so need to keep reminding myself to not lift anything.
Got a couple of pic's of the hernia before op if anyone wants to see it
Good stuff. I was told not to drive for about a month, it was most boring.
As for pics, no thanks
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