Is a bulge after hernia surgery normal?

Is a bulge after hernia surgery normal?

A hernia occurs when an internal organ (such as the intestine) or fatty tissue bulges/protrudes through the tissue and muscle that holds it in place. This is usually caused by muscular weakness caused by constant stress in that area. Hernias do not heal on their own...
Staging and procedure of gallbladder cancer surgery

Staging and procedure of gallbladder cancer surgery

What are the stages and procedures of gallbladder cancer surgery? Gallbladder cancer is usually uncommon and in order to understand the current condition and severity of gallbladder cancer, it is important to determine the stage. Gallbladder cancer staging also helps...
How can varicose veins affect your blood circulation?

How can varicose veins affect your blood circulation?

Varicose veins can lead to irregular blood circulation Varicose veins are twisted and bulging veins full of pooling and slow-moving blood. At the same time, the surrounding muscle cannot compress the vein enough to carry blood to the heart. As a result, the blood...
Important tips by a hernia doctor to prevent hernia

Important tips by a hernia doctor to prevent hernia

A hernia is a hole in the abdomen or muscle caused by an internal organ pushing through the muscular wall. They usually appear as bulges in your belly or along scars from previous surgical procedures and occur in the abdomen and groin. In order to avoid the risk or...
When is the right time for fistula treatment?

When is the right time for fistula treatment?

A fistula is a tunnel of tissue that develops between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anal area. Because of anal fistula, patients can experience pain and constipation, which can also lead to infection. The closing of the outer hole of the fistula can lead...