Hernia Surgery

What is hernia?

What are the types of hernia? The most common types of hernia with many types and types; abdominal, vital and cervical hernias. Abdominal hernias are generally seen as inguinal and umbilical hernias. Untreated abdominal hernias grow over time due to pressure and the possibility of treatment decreases. In hernias of the waist and neck, it negatively affects the person’s quality of life and manifests itself with symptoms such as loss of sensation, pain and weakness in the arms and legs as well as the hernia area. Lifting heavy loads, standing for a long time, heavy work with physical strength, chronic cough, accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, tension, rapid weight gain, pregnancy can cause hernia. Treatments for hernia
The option of surgery in the treatment of lumbar and neck hernias is always a controversial issue. Results can be achieved with non-surgical treatments in over 90% of hernia cases. The decision to operate can only be made in a few selected cases. The first of these situations is the loss of strength. In the event of progressive loss of strength or urinary incontinence in the patient’s arm or leg, surgery should be decided without delay. Another important criterion is severe painful conditions that do not respond to treatment. In case of intense pain lasting more than 4-5 weeks and gradually increasing, it can be decided to operate.