Second opinion for umbilical hernia
NOTE: This post is Umbilical Hernia specific. Posts on Inguinal, Incisional and Congenital hernia are also available in separate posts.
Where can you get Second opinion for hernia surgery?
Surgery Second Opinion (SSO) is an online platform which provides second opinion to patients. SSO has second opinion for various condition in its arsenal. It can provide second opinion for inguinal hernia, incisional hernia, umbilical hernia and congenital hernia.
SSO has a pool of medical experts from various specialization to assist the patients in need of medical assistance.
How to get second opinion?
- Make an account, enter basic personnel details
- Upload your medical reports
- Write down you questions or query
- Doctor’s will study the reports and render you comprehensive second opinion within 24 to 48 hours.
Things to be noted:
- Second opinion is not for emergency cases. Please contact your local nearest hospital in case of emergency.
- You’ll need to upload copy of all your reports attached to the case. It is to assist you better.
- SSO’s medical experts after examining your case will provide the best treatment plan for a nominal monetary consideration for the services extended.
- SSO is just a platform to provide second opinion. You’re not obliged to take future medical assistance from the doctors assigned on your case. Doctors assigned to you could be from any state of India.
- a patient is not satisfied with the opinion rendered by our medical expert, he/she will get to choose ONE more opinion from another doctor FREE OF COST. The decision will be made by the SSO team.
- SSO is unable to provide second opinion with 2 business days from receiving request and payment, the patient will get 100% refund.
Overview of Umbilical Hernia
Umbilical hernia occurs when part of your intestine bulges through the weak spot in your abdominal wall. This weak spot is located near the navel, hence the name umbilical hernia. It is also known as belly button hernia or navel hernia in layman’s language.
This hernia is very common among the newborn or infants. This doesn’t rule out the possibility of affecting adults. It is also observed in adults as well. Children’s umbilical hernia heals on its own in two to five years after the birth. The bellybutton of infants protrudes when infants cries making the hernia evident.
Although in adults, surgery is the only option. Even in infants, if the bulge is present even after five to six years of age. The surgery for umbilical hernia is very simple. Open surgery and laparoscopic surgery both option are available for the treatment of hernia.
Is hernia surgery dangerous?
The surgery is not at all dangerous. It is a very small surgery. In case of laparoscopic surgery one gets discharged within 24 hours of surgery. But the patient must refrain from any physical activity for a week or two. Also, no heavy lifting for almost 6 months. A surgical mesh is used to provide support to the abdominal tissue and prevents chances of recurrence. Open and minimally invasive surgical techniques, both the options are available for the treatment. Cases of recurrence of hernia are very low.
- OPEN SURGERY
In this the incision is made in the groin. The hernia is pushed
back into the abdomen. A MESH is placed to strengthen the
abdominal wall and stitches are applied.
- This surgery is performed under local or general anesthesia.
- It will give you long incision and recovery time is more comparatively with laparoscopic surgery.
- LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
This is minimally invasive technique in which a small cut is made in the groin to insert the laparoscope (thing surgical tube with camera
attached at the head).
- Same procedure is applied further in this kind of surgery also.
- Small incision in this case and recovery is faster too. Surgery time is longer though than open surgery.
Umbilical hernia laparoscopic surgery cost is 35000
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