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Pain and bloating after umbilical hernia

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I had umbilical hernia February 23, 2009 and I still feel very much in pain and now my stomach constantly feels bloated and hurts...sometimes I feel a burning feeling in my stomach...could it be the hernia is back?
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replied June 16th, 2010
You will need to ask your surgeon to re-examine you for signs of a recurrent hernia. However, there are many different causes of abdominal bloating and pain besides hernias.


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replied April 1st, 2012
swelling after hernia surgery
Did your abdominal swelling ever go away? I had umbilical hernia surgery 4 weeks ago. I used to have a flat stomach but not i look pregnant. Please tell me it will go away.
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replied August 11th, 2012
I had my surgery almost two months ago . I'm still swollen if I sit for prolong time with jeans on the pain kicks in . Not sure what to do it actually hurts more than when I had my hernias which were 3 small ones.
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