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Healing Hands Clinic - India’s Preffered Destination for Hernia Treatment in Gurugram

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Best Hernia Hospital in India

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International Excellence Centre for Hernia by Dr John Murphy

International Excellence Centre for Hernia by Dr John Murphy.

Ultramodern Infrastructure for Hernia

Ultramodern Infrastructure for Hernia

Experienced and skilled surgeons

Experienced and skilled surgeons

Topmost Referral Centre for Complex Hernias

Topmost Referral Centre for Complex Hernias

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Team HHC are specialized in permanent treatment of all types of Hernia With

3D Mesh Hernia repair

3D Mesh Hernia repair

No cuts no stitch Laparoscopic Hernia Technique

No cuts no stitch Laparoscopic Hernia Technique

Day Care Hernia Surgey

Day Care Hernia Surgey

Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

Hernia Treatment Done Under Local Anaesthesia

Hernia Treatment Done Under Local Anaesthesia

Complex Hernia Treatment

Complex Hernia Treatment

Second or third recurrence hernia treatment

Second or third recurrence hernia treatment

Why opt for Hernia treatment?

  • To avoid a severe complication known as strangulation, may lead to the development of a tumor.
  • Homeopathy and Ayurveda prove ineffective as it is a physical condition.
  • Currently, 3D Mesh hernia treatment stands as the most advanced and optimal option.

Discover Proflor - a novel and innovative method for hernia repair that ensures a safe, swift, and painless day-care procedure. Contact our expert doctors for more information.

What is Hernia?

A hernia is a condition where an internal organ, such as the intestine or fat, protrudes through a weakened or sensitive area in the abdominal muscle or tissue.

Various types of hernias can manifest in individuals. Commonly, Inguinal hernias, Hiatal hernias, umbilical hernias, and femoral hernias are diagnosed during routine body checkups by our hernia specialists at HHC Gurugram. If you suspect that you have a hernia, it's crucial to consult a Hernia surgeon in Gurugram, as hernias do not resolve on their own, and neglecting them can lead to complications, including hernia strangulation, which can be life-threatening.

Hernias can affect anyone, irrespective of age or gender. According to studies, 1 in 10 people experiences a hernia at least once in their lifetime. Occasionally, infants may also present with a hernia. Hernia surgery in Gurugram is recommended and is globally administered to millions of hernia cases each year.

  • Any condition that sustains increased pressure within the abdominal cavity over an extended duration may contribute to the development of hernias, such as obesity, chronic cough, heavy lifting, and chronic constipation leading to straining during bowel movements.
  • A family history of hernia increases the likelihood of acquiring it.
  • Some hernias may be congenital, present from birth. In certain cases, the cause may be idiopathic, meaning it is not known.

  • A hernia may initially manifest as a new lump or bulge in the groin or abdominal area.
  • Typically, there might be an associated dull ache, but it is usually not painful to touch.
  • The lump tends to enlarge when standing or coughing and may recede or disappear when lying down.
  • If left untreated, a small, painless hernia often increases in size over time.
  • In some cases, the hernia may become irreducible, meaning it cannot return to the abdominal cavity even with manual pushing, and it may become painful at this stage.
  • Occasionally, the herniated loop of bowel may become obstructed, leading to severe pain, nausea, vomiting, and constipation, necessitating immediate treatment.
  • In more critical situations, the hernia may become 'strangulated,' characterized by the person appearing ill, possibly with fever, nausea, vomiting, and extreme pain even upon touch. This condition is considered life-threatening and requires urgent surgical intervention.

Here is a brief overview of some common types of hernias. While there are other less common types, they fall outside the scope of this information.

  • INGUINAL HERNIA
    1. Most common type, occurring in the groin area at the top of the inner thigh.
    2. More prevalent in men and associated with aging and repeated abdominal strain.
    3. Requires prompt attention, as neglect or improper repair can affect blood supply to the testicles, potentially leading to the removal of testicular tissue.

  • FEMORAL HERNIA
    1. More commonly found in women, located in the groin area just above the line separating the abdomen and legs.
    2. Prone to strangulation, making it a medical emergency.
    3. Early repair is essential to prevent complications, as nearly half of femoral hernias present as emergencies.

  • UMBILICAL HERNIA
    1. Occurs when fat or part of the bowel protrudes through the abdomen near the belly button.
    2. Common in babies when the abdominal opening for the umbilical cord doesn't seal properly after birth.
    3. Can also affect adults due to repeated abdominal strain.

  • EPIGASTRIC HERNIA
    1. Develops in the midline of the abdomen, between the naval and the lower part of the breastbone (sternum).
    2. Occurs between the rectus muscles of the abdomen, often appearing off-center but always stemming from the midline.
    3. May be present in infants due to congenital weakness in the midline abdominal wall.

  • INCISIONAL HERNIA
    1. Arises at the site of a prior abdominal surgery where the abdominal muscles were cut for surgical access.
    2. Despite suturing during closure, the area remains relatively weak, allowing abdominal organs to herniate through the incision line.

Hernia diagnosis typically relies on a clinical approach, involving a comprehensive review of your symptoms and a brief physical examination by your doctor. During this examination, the doctor may assess the bulging area by elevating your abdominal pressure, often achieved by having you stand or cough. This maneuver enhances the visibility of the hernia. Specifically, for inguinal hernias, the doctor may explore potential pathways by examining along your scrotum. In the majority of cases where there is an evident swelling in the groin or abdominal area, increasing in size during activities like standing, straining, or coughing, a clinical diagnosis of hernia is established, and no additional tests are typically required. However, more complex diagnoses are best conducted by hernia specialists.

Treatment for a hernia is determined by its characteristics, its effect on your quality of life, and your overall health. Options may involve observation, the use of supportive devices, or surgery. Surgery is the definitive method for hernia repair, and in certain instances, emergency surgery may be necessary. The most suitable treatment option will be decided through a discussion between you and your surgeon.

Indications for hernia repair surgery include :

  • Symptomatic Hernia: A hernia causing discomfort, pain, or hindering daily activities.
  • Incarcerated Hernia: A hernia trapped outside the abdominal wall, unable to be returned inside the abdominal cavity.
  • Bowel Obstruction: Hernia leading to intestinal blockage, necessitating surgical repair.
  • Strangulated Hernia: A hernia compromising the blood supply to its contents, posing a high risk of tissue death, especially in the intestines. Emergency surgery is required in such cases.

A) Laparoscopic Repair
Laparoscopic repair involves creating small incisions on the abdominal wall through which instruments are introduced into the abdominal cavity. The abdomen is inflated with air, and the repair is guided by a camera. The hernia contents are repositioned into the abdominal cavity, and a mesh is securely placed to cover the hernia defect from the inside. This mesh aids in preventing recurrence. Laparoscopic repair offers advantages such as faster recovery, reduced pain, and a lower risk of infection.

B) 3D Mesh Hernia:
A mesh serves as a supportive structure to reinforce hernia repairs by covering the defect and minimizing tension in the repair, which can otherwise result in hernia recurrence.

The mesh is typically crafted from synthetic materials like polypropylene or polyester. Alternatively, a biologic graft derived from animal tissue may be used as the mesh. Biologic grafts are often chosen when infection is a significant concern, as they demonstrate resistance to infections.

C) Open Repair
The open repair represents the conventional method for hernia repair surgery, involving an incision made over the hernia site. The hernia contents are repositioned into the abdominal cavity, and the sac is excised. Depending on variables like hernia location and size, a mesh is frequently employed to address the hernia defect. Alternatively, the defect may be closed using sutures.

The open approach is typically applied for substantial hernias or those complicated by factors like bowel obstruction, infection, incarceration, strangulation, or recurrences.

D) How to know which hernia treatment option should you choose ?
The choice between laparoscopic and open approaches for hernia repair surgery, as well as the decision to use mesh or not, will be personalized according to the specific characteristics of the hernia and the consultation between you and your surgeon.

Advantages of New Innovative 3D Mesh Approach for Inguinal Hernia Repair

Particulars Open Surgery Laparoscopic Surgery (HHC) 3D Mesh Hernia Repair
Cuts 8-10 cms <10 mm <10 mm
Scars / Stitches Yes No No
Pain Painful Virtually Painless Virtually Painless
Infection Higher Chances Lower Chances Lowest Chances
Complications Higher Chances Lower Chances Lowest Chances
Hospital Stay 4 - 5 Days 1 Day Same Day Discharge
Recovery Period 3 - 4 Weeks 4 - 5 Days 2 - 3 Days

Healing Hands Clinic stands out as the premier facility for advanced hernia treatment, offering state-of-the-art infrastructure and expertise to cater to the needs of fellow citizens in Gurugram, India.

Distinguished as the sole Hernia treatment center in Gurugram, our lead surgeon boasts over 10 years of experience and expertise in hernia treatment, specializing in advanced 3D Mesh Hernia Treatment. Following hernia operations, our dedicated team of hernia specialists, led by our renowned surgeon, provides comprehensive guidance and support until your hernia is completely resolved through the 3D mesh repair method, ensuring a hernia-free life.

Healing Hands Clinic holds the distinction of being the only hernia center in India accredited by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) and recognized as a Training Center for Hernia in India, licensed and certified by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS). Having trained over 100 Hernia Specialists globally, the center is hailed as a hub of excellence, attracting doctors from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia for training.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Smoking has the potential to induce a chronic cough through lung irritation, as previously mentioned. Prolonged coughing, as discussed earlier, can be a contributing factor to the development of a hernia and may even lead to hernia recurrence after surgery. Additionally, the nicotine present in tobacco weakens the abdominal wall, further contributing to the formation of a hernia.

Every surgical procedure involves inherent risks, with the most prevalent being bleeding and infection. Individuals with specific medical conditions such as diabetes, smokers, alcoholics, and the elderly may face higher risks. The likelihood of bleeding is minimal when the surgery is performed by a specialist, and infection is mitigated through the careful administration of antibiotics. Recurrent hernia, where the hernia returns after surgery, is another challenge. However, a thorough comprehension of the condition, elimination of causative factors, and utilizing cutting-edge techniques in re/pair can substantially reduce the recurrence rate.

It's akin to a brief nap! You'll only experience a minor needle prick during your pre-procedure preparation. Typically, the surgery lasts around 20 minutes. In some instances, only the specific area with the hernia is anesthetized, and you may be conscious, engaging in conversation with your doctor.

The anesthesia effects will diminish within 2-3 hours post-surgery, allowing you to gradually regain movement in your limbs. Refrain from oral intake for 4-6 hours after the procedure. Subsequently, you can commence with sips of water, followed an hour later by a regular full diet, unless advised otherwise (in a few instances, resuming a regular diet might be delayed for a day). Initially, there may be difficulty in passing urine as the anesthesia wears off, but this normalizes, and you will be able to urinate as usual. Mild post-surgery pain is anticipated, easily alleviated with painkillers.

If your surgery is scheduled as a day care procedure, you can be discharged once the effects of the anesthesia have subsided, you've urinated, and you feel comfortable eating and drinking. As a general anesthetic is commonly employed, it is recommended that a responsible adult accompany you home and stay with you for 24 hours. In some instances, you might receive discharge instructions after 24 hours, but if required, you may need to spend a night in the hospital. Before discharge, you will receive guidance on post-operative care, pain relief, and antibiotic usage.

The recovery period is not uniform and varies based on factors such as the hernia type, its extent, your overall health, the surgical procedure, and the skill of the surgeon. As previously mentioned, in many cases, you can expect to be discharged within the same day or 24 hours. Initially, there might be some discomfort while walking, using stairs, or moving, but this can be effectively managed with painkillers. Typically, you should experience relief from pain within a few days.

You can usually return to your regular activities as soon as you feel comfortable, but the timing may vary based on the nature of your work and your usual activity level. Individuals with sedentary jobs may resume work within 3-5 days, while those with physically demanding jobs or involving heavy lifting may need 4-6 weeks for recovery. It's advisable to consult with your surgeon to determine the most appropriate timeframe for your specific situation.

Fever exceeding 101 degrees Fahrenheit
Pain that persists despite taking prescribed medications
Unusual bleeding
Persistent nausea or vomiting

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