Liquid diet after hernia surgery inguinal

Aubrey Bailey Aubrey Bailey has been writing health-related articles since Bailey is also a Certified Hand Therapist online.

Eating a healthy diet after hernia surgery is important for proper healing. Your diet restrictions after this procedure shall vary based on the location of your hernia. Always follow your surgeon’s specific instructions to avoid complications. Include fiber-rich foods and drink lots of water as part of your post-surgery diet.

It usually occurs in the groin or abdomen when the intestines bulge through the stomach muscles. Inguinal, femoral, hiatal and umbilical hernias are the most typical types, based on the Cleveland Clinic.

Small, painless hernias protrude when you lift something or cough often, and they could be “pushed back into place.

However, over time, hernias can get bigger. In serious cases, the protruding tissue can become strangulated or stuck in the stomach muscle, cutting off blood flow to the certain area.

This is a medical emergency that requires surgical intervention. According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of a strangulated hernia include skin color changes, extreme pain, vomiting or nausea, changes or fever in bowel function. Hernia surgery involves sewing the weakened connective tissues together back, or more commonly, the placement of mesh to reinforce the stomach wall, according to Atrium Health. Read more: Hernia Abdominal Exercises Post-Surgery Diet Guidelines After hernia surgery, of the day your doctor will likely restrict you to liquids for the remainder.

You may feel nauseous or experience vomiting after anesthesia, which can be aggravated by some foods further. Ice pops, Jell-O, broth and juice soups are good foods to eat after the procedure. If the incision was near your belly button or lower in your abdomen, the day after you will likely be able to advance to a regular diet beginning, according to Kaiser Permanente.

However, certain foods shall help your hernia surgery recovery go more smoothly. Constipation is common after this procedure, even though you aren’t typically prone to it. Anesthesia, pain medications, diet changes and reduced physical activity can all contribute to this uncomfortable condition. High-fiber foods can include: Fruits: apples, mangoes, bananas, oranges, berries, pears Vegetables: carrots, avocado, broccoli, beets, artichokes, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes Beans and legumes: kidney beans, green peas, chickpeas, lentils, split peas Grains, nuts and seeds: oats, quinoa, almonds, pistachios, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, chia seeds Diet and Nissen Fundoplication Deciding which foods to eat after hernia surgery isn’t always simple.

Some interventions result in swelling of the esophagus – the tube your food travels through to get to your stomach. One such procedure, called a Nissen fundoplication, is performed to repair a hiatal hernia, as described by the Medical University of South Carolina. This type of hernia occurs when the upper part of your stomach bulges through the diaphragm muscle in the middle of your abdomen.

A specialized post-surgery diet must be followed after Nissen fundoplication, as explained by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. For the first few meals after surgery, you shall be on a clear liquid diet. Food choices could include juices, broths, Jell-O, plain coffee and flavored ice. The next phase of your post-surgery diet is a full liquid diet. This includes all foods in the clear liquid diet, with the addition of the following: Soy, almond, rice or cow’s milk Plain or vanilla yogurt.

Liquid diet after hernia surgery inguinal

170 thoughts on “Liquid diet after hernia surgery inguinal

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:36
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    Had my left side repaired last week pain still a bit of a problem and the twins are still swollen but am recovering

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:06
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      Sunnr Tainment 25 days with the stitches? I remember getting about half out at the 2 week mark. And the other half roughly a week later. Both times I went back for check ups I remember being told that I should be walking at normal speed by now and I wasn’t.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:16
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      I had my surgery 25 days ago . And still have problem to walk.. Inside stiches are very hard.. Outside sitiches are fine. .

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:36
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    Watching this after my RIH

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:37
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    I have inguinal hernia on the right side. And I am damn scared to undergo this surgery. Never been to hospital after my birth.

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:47
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      I hadnt either, but I got mine done 2 days ago… I guess the worst part is recovery… You feel nothing prior and during the surgery… make sure you take your pain killers afterwards.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:01
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      Mine is Indirect Inguinal Hernia – right. I went on herniorrhaphy with mesh.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:15
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      Me too. Are you having open or laparoscopic and how do you decide when to wait and watch or when to have the surgery.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:16
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      Just had my surgery yesterday. And Im now at home for recovery. Nothing to be scared about.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:37
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    Dr. Geller. I am having right inguinal hernia for about three months. I am contemplating open surgery without mesh and with a mesh. There are many feedbacks from people who repaired with mesh surferring permanent chronic pain. In your opinion, what are the things the surgeon should not do and should do in order to avoid letting his patient get permanent chronic pain when repair with mesh? If yourself needed an inguinal hernia repair (about three months hernia) what option would you go for? Please kindly advise us I believe many people around the world will benefit from your opinion.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:37
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    Im watching this video after may Left inguinal hernia surgery yesterday morning 🙂

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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      How are you now. My father has same prblm. Any suggestions please

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:37
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    Can you refer a doctor in the Springfield Mo. Area. Willing to travel.. Thanks

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:54
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      Council bluffs ia. Dr bendorff.
      Jenny ed. Did mine about two weeks ago.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:37
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    My dad is 77 years old he had a history of high pressure but it is under control now. Is it safe to do this operation cuz the lump is getting bigger.please reply.

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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      Blood pressure

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:38
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    Is this possible 3rd time inguinal hernia surgery will do… Plz tell me sir becoz 2 times already done…….

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:38
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    very important video

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:56
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      very useful to hernia patients

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:38
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    What type of Pain Killer do they use during the procedure? How many days are typically required before one can drive again?

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:39
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      I had 2 keyhole surgeries, one left and one right. The right one wasnt successful so I had it done by open surgery. I thought I recovered much quicker after the open surgery but I had to be much more careful as the incision was larger with more stitches. I would advise you not to drive for six weeks but if you really have to, wait at least four weeks. I was on a stronger painkiller after the open surgery, Oxycontin I think it was, it was a slow release tablet, it was an excellent painkiller. Be very careful not to force your bowel movement. I was given a laxative as a prescription but I decided to go natural (kept the laxative as a backup just in case) and consume prune juice, my bowels worked around the third day with no forcing, prune juice is great stuff. I definitely wouldnt chance running or sudden bending for at least 8 weeks. Play it safe or you could have a recurrence of the hernia. Surgeons are amazing people, I truly admire their nerves of steel.

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:54
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      Jason Allemand My doctor told me at least 4 weeks befre I can drive, given that I can walk and run straight without feeling anything different

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:38
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    Im so grateful to my surgeon, he was excellent, he was also a caring man. This is not an easy surgery, you are amazing people, Im so grateful to you.

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:40
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      Thanks

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:07
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      @DEXTER941 Wow. Thanks for describing everything that happened in your case. No crude, distasteful reaction, just facing the issue and dealing with it and what needed to be done next.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:35
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      I had three surgeries but I feel the open surgery which was a redo operation on my right side seems a better repair. I do feel slightly different on my left which was done by keyhole. As far as I know, when they insert the mesh by keyhole its inside the abdominal wall, when they do it by open surgery I think its outside the wall, dont quote me on this though. The mesh should be fine if inserted correctly, although I have heard they can shrink. One surgeon said it was very important how they were fixed in place, that seems to be the crucial factor with them. If money isnt an issue for you then I would get a second opinion. When the mesh on my left side bothers me, its only very very mild irritation. I take great care when lifting, I dont over strain. I even hold my abdominal area when I sneeze or if I have a bowel movement, Im super cautious. My testicles are still a bit tender but overall I think my surgeon did a great job, this is a tricky surgery. Maybe your Dad has a recurrence of the hernia from a mesh that has failed. I read all the leaflets the hospital gave me and they said the hernia can come back. If he is in constant pain then something isnt right, get it checked out. When I came out from my keyhole surgery on my right side, I knew something wasnt right, I called my surgeon to have a look before I left the hospital. He asked me to come back in two weeks (got an appointment) to give it a chance in case it was swelling due to the gas (carbon dioxide). In the meantime when I got home, I booked in to see my GP, this was maybe 4 or five days later. The cough impulse was present when he checked so I was prepared for bad news when I returned to the surgeon. The surgeon spoke to me when I returned and explained why it failed. I never judged him or gave him grief, I liked the man, he was respectful to his patients. We shook hands and said till the date of the redo operation. Surgery is always a risk, they have a very tough job, they can get it wrong sometimes. As long as they listen to you and show you respect, I can accept when things can go wrong. I still think my surgeon is a great man and I have total faith in him, I would go back to him again in a heartbeat, he did a very neat repair on the redo operation. Get your Dad checked out, if he is in constant pain, something has to be wrong.

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:00
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      DEXTER941 can you help me please, I dont know what to do… 🙁 I took my dad to gym, and it gave him a hernia. He went to see a doctor but there was a stand in doctor at that time who referred him to other people, who inserted a mesh. Now he is in pain everyday of his life because I took him to gym, and the guilt is destroying me… He wants to have this mesh taken out and the doctor who suggested this method shouldnt have done so, as meshes are very questionable, and not advisable these days. 🙁

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:39
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    I have a scrotum hernia about a year ago should i repair it or not because its not causing any problem. please reply

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:02
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      Oops

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:04
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      @Harman Kamboj ur fine dude

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:29
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      @Joseph Saroce i mean to say that it effects the sperm and aperm count or not if its untreated??

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:36
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      @Harman Kamboj its not gonna kill u..untreated , just get a bigger defect..its not gonna kill u, unless its strangulated …get it fixed if it causes pain, or gets big.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:46
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      @Joseph Saroce actually my exams are going on so i cant repair it now …can i repair it after a month. it is dangerous or not?? Please reply.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:39
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    I just found out i need one.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:40
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    I had this a week ago and its worth

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:06
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      Are u fine now

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:40
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    I had a bilateral inguinal hernia mesh repair 3 years ago but now I feel pain again kindly can anybody tell me the cause of pain

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:45
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      syed furqan scar tissue

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:46
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      @The True GOAT HFH idk
      Hadnt happened since

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:12
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      The only I pain I feel down where I got the surgery is when I lift heavy weights but idk why you feel it. You should probably see a doctor

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:40
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    Bad dissection

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:45
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      Muhammed Abdelbaky why?

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:41
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    Right after my surgery, i needed to watch this. Tho my left sac was bigger than the right one, could be some testicular veins. Praying for the best of my kids lol.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:41
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    Had this when I was like 8, For some reason I didn’t realise how fucking horrible this is

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:42
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    16

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:42
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    I just had this done two weeks ago.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:44
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    AAAAH! TMI!

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:45
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    I had exactly the same surgery yesterday and now understand why my unit is swollen and Bruised. But Im very glad I did it. Some swelling and pain are worth the rewards.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:46
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    Hi, I had this operation two months before. i am getting pain when i sit more than half an hour. i dont feel any pain when i stand for long time or after a long walk but i feel pain when i sit and get down after cycling. Is there any one to tell me, till how many months the pain continues and what happen to the mess..! thank you

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:58
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      @A Vanch I too stopped my regular exercises but I am thinking to start small exercises which doesnt create any discomfort under the guidance of a doctor or gym trainer. If you feel any further complications regarding your surgery please try to consult your doctor.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:25
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      @eliving Its an open surgery with mesh inside..

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:39
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      Jarrar Hussain I stopped doing military press and lat pull downs because whenever I put my arms above my head the incision site feels like it’s on spin cycle. Scar tissue formed and bowel problems continue even with laxatives. I’m reduced to a limited number of exercises anymore. It took two hernias and unnecessary pain to finally break my stubbornness to not power lift anymore

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:59
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      @Jarrar Hussain you did it with mesh? Inguinal hernia?

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:13
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      @A Vanch Me too still feeling discomfort in some cases but take care.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:46
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    This looks like fun! Now Im excited to get my hernia surgery.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:13
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      @A Vanch Believe it or not, I actually wasnt in pain with the hernia a lot of the time that I had it, although I had good days and bad days. I was even able to complete two half marathons while I had it. I put off the surgery for so long because I didnt have health insurance for several years (plus, I was scared to have the surgery). I thought that I might even just try to live with the hernia, but eventually it became too painful, so I decided to have the surgery once and for all since I also finally had health insurance again.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:21
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      Solomon770 12 years? Jesus H. Were you continuing all normal activities during that time? I pushed my first one off 3 months until I was done with school for the summer. I remember playing pick up basketball on weekends and at night the bulge would be pulsating. The second time around was two years later in late June. I knew I had to either fix it ASAP or wait until next summer. So I had it repaired 3 weeks later in mid July and was back to normal just in time for the start of the fall semester of that time.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:41
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      @A Vanch Well, its nice that you at least made it through the recovery and can now put your hernia woes behind you. I waited 12 years to have mine operated on, and Im glad that I finally went ahead and had the surgery.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:50
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      Solomon770 Besides while still being in the hospital, I refused to take any of the Percocet they prescribed because I knew it would cause constipation. Tylenol only. Both my hernias were preventable but I had to be a pinhead.

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:07
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      @A Vanch Ive had the surgery since I posted that comment. I definitely agree with you that it was far from fun, but I didnt go through an agonizing recovery period like some people report experiencing. My hernia was large too, and it took the surgeons over three hours to operate on mine (most hernias can be repaired in around an hour). Thankfully, they gave me some good anesthesia and painkillers, so I was feeling pretty good when I came out of surgery.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:47
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    Curious I had hernia repair in the groin area 2 months ago. I’m still very numb where the hernia used to be no feeling in that Area my doctor said I’m fully healed will I ever get the feeling back

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:00
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      Sounds like nerve damage bro. If it is than feeling will never return.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:47
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    Had right inguinal hernia repair 4 day ago everything is going good, some pain, pain meds are a must. My right scrotten swollen though but everything looking good so far.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:01
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      Kevin Bailey I refused to take them because they cause constipation. Only Tylenol

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:20
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      Im on day 6 after this same procedure! It fuckin hurts ! My boys are purple right one bigger than a golf ball! Wtf . thank God for perks!

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:47
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    Perfect

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:47
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    This is what Im looking for
    After my surgery..

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:13
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      How r you now?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:38
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      Are you now fine sir Ji..

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:48
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    I appreciate this successful video.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:48
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    will have this surgery by next month…yayks? does the post surgery painful?

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:48
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    I m watched this video after my surgery

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:48
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    I have operate right inguinal hornia last 2 week ago means 12 November and 9 sterch now I feel pain on stretch and can I take bath now and how many day I feel pain because of stretch and atleast 9 stretch are on my body

    • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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      I hade my surgery 27 days ago … And still feel pain I have 7 stiches… Outside stiches are fine.. But inside stiches are still hard when I toch them and when I walk I still feel pain

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    I just had this done 3 day ago. Worse pain is on day 2. Other then that? Besides some discomfort and swelling, I move around pretty good. Havent drove, but not restricted to everything either.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    useful video, unfortunately I did not get to see many open hernia repairs. Really relaxing to watch.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    Nice vidio

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    Sir Hindi me bhi batao

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    I need to get this done like now. HE treats this or a Urologist??

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    Doctor is real human

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:49
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    So how’s the orientation of this video? Is the bottom of the screen the right or left side of the patient? Which is the caudal side of the patient, the right of left side of the screen? I initially thought that the bottom of the screen was the patient’s right side, but he keeps saying laterally and getting closer to the top of the screen, as if the right side is the top of the screen

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:50
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    PLEASE HELP ….

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:50
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    Sir completing surgery left hernia 1month ago so I started in sex or hand experiment….please give me reply

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:50
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    Good thing I watched this AFTER my own hernia repair surgery.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:16
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      First of all i was curios what is mesh, and this is my first time to know a mesh.
      I were operated with herniorraphy with mesh on my right scrotum.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:23
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      @Artgasm PH Thankyou man 👍🙂

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:43
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      @GodOn well as per my physicians advice before, as long as it doesnt hurt then its ok not to undergo surgery, I had my hernia since I was 18, had surgery 2 yrs ago, I was 33 then.

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:09
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      @Cosmic Soul best of luck bro, i hope surgery goes well. cheers

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:32
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      Artgasm PH, ok cool, I dint went to surgery, I thought I have a hernia cus my thing hurts the ball thing yeah, it hurts for 3 days then The pain is gone

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:50
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    hi good day, i have the same hernia operation.. and my question is that my doc told me after 2 weeks i can play basketball which is i dont play bec. i dont wanna miss up everything.. but i just wanna know when can i drive my motorcycle.. right know its a 3rd week already and i dont feel pain no more.. i just wanna know when can i drive my motorcycle i hope u will respond ..

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:03
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      Edlord Minguito I was told no strenuous activity for 6 weeks post op. Driving a motorcycle at week 3? Jesus Christ I got another hernia just thinking about that.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:50
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    I have operation same this way but after 1 week, I have right side is some much long in size I think I have again hernia pls tell anybody i consult Doctor

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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    This is lichtenstein? If so, this video has convinced me to try almost any other hernia repair method lol.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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    Mesh is normal or 3d how to check after operation tell me now please..

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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    Thanks for this awesome video

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:51
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    Very nice video

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:52
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    I have undergone this same operation but still a hole is not closed its been eighty days pus is coming out of it still now ….

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:03
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      prasanna prasana sounds like it was infected. Did you contact your doctor about that?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:28
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      What about now, have you healed ?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:38
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      .

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:54
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    excellent

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:54
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    After surgery of Left Inguinal hernia,the prolane mesh will be absorbed in body,How many days I have to stop cycling?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:07
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      Chandan Das At least 6 weeks or proper healing time. Minimum.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:55
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    Had mine bout 5 months ago. Everything went great. But make you take pain meds. Rough 1st week.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:22
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      Robert Austin I didn’t take any of the Percocet they gave me. Only Tylenol

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:55
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    I also had a right side inguinal hernia surgery using the mesh. The operation was done laparoscopically but after a week it broke and the hernia returned. I then went to another surgeon who did an on site hernia surgery and its held up for a few years now so I recommend the on site surgery rather than with the laparoscope. So I had two hernia surgeries in a month, I used to call them my his and hernia operations lol.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:55
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    im thinking of getting the surgery my hernia really discomforts me but i am scared help me pls

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:16
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      Angel S I was walking hunched over for the first 2 weeks both times. I remember the transporter helped me out of the wheelchair and tried to get me to stand up straight. I said a few choice words and that I’ll handle it from here. People that don’t have the surgery don’t understand that your groin (right below your stomach) was just cut open and any tugging, turning, or twisting motion hurts. It even hurts to laugh, cough, and and sneeze because everything you do affects your stomach/groin in some way. I remember not sneezing for two weeks and said oh shit right before I finally did. It isn’t fun by any means but it isn’t the worst pain out there (kidney stones are). I could combine the pain from both hernia surgeries and double it and it still doesn’t come close to kidney stone pain.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:21
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      Get it done, dont wait the longer you wait the hernia will get bigger.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:40
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      You should get it. I had it done about 3 or 4 monthes ago. I wasnt nervous. They put you under anesthesia so you wont feel it. And then you wake up eventually after the surgery and you will probably be in the recovery room. Now if youre scared of the symptoms theyre not that bad. I wasnt on any really good pain meds either. I was on decent stuff. It was so hard to walk after the surgery though. I was bending over kinda and walking but its hard to walk. It gets better everyday tho. After about 1 week I had basically no pain. But it takes longer to fully recover. To me it feels like a very tight muscle. If you kept it then it would get bigger and be even more discomfort. Its worth it getting it. 1 week of pain for me is worth getting rid of it. Plus if you have family that are nice they would help you a lot and get you stuff so you dont have to get up. But I think this goes for everyone but I had to walk around my house for a couple of minutes because you cant just lay in bed all day. You need to get the blood flowing. Your doctor would tell you everything you need to know.

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:56
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    where can i get sample cases about indirect inguinal hernia? help plss.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:02
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      On google.

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  • 25.04.2020 at 16:59
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    Hey guys am a male and am 24yrs old..I think because am not sure that I may also have this hernia stuff as well on my left side on top of my private part just a bit below my belly.mine is not as big as said in the video but is still small.you can see it and still feel it like its a little ball there.I have check the doctor already and am suggested to do a scan to see what it is first along with some blood test before they operate on me if it really is a hernia.but like I said before I am not sure if its a hernia because there is no pain at all only when I caugh at times or slightly touch it and press on it.so what do u think?please help.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:11
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      Ry

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:26
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      Same problem my doc told me i was ok so i went to a specialist and 2 days later in surgery week 2 and just a slow recovery I am not rushing all ways get a second opinion we all make mistakes bro

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:55
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      David Gonzalez hey even iam going through same problem Brother
      What you did ahed?

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:59
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    I had right ingunial surgery done ..week ago…first two days worst..it done under spinal anesthesia.. And I was awake😨😨😨 Surgeon use titanium tacks…

  • 25.04.2020 at 16:59
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    thanks for saving me hundreds of thousands worth of student loans. now i can perform a hernia surgery lol

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:00
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    😉
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  • 25.04.2020 at 17:00
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    I had my left inguinal hernia surgery yesterday and now Im still in pain am I allow to go to school in next week? Or by in 2-3 weeks?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:17
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      Shania Lauren I was told that I could go back to work/school roughly 2 weeks post op but can’t lift anything over 20 lbs for 6 weeks. And that I should use my judgement if I felt I needed more time. Obviously when you take 6 weeks off from anything (lifting, running, etc) you won’t immediately return to the level you were at and would have to build up to it again. Both of my surgeries were in the summertime so after the staples were removed I was told I couldn’t submerge the incision site for longer than 10 min until after the 6 week mark post op.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:36
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      My father also has same prblm. We are about to go for surgery. Any suggestions please.?

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:02
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      How are you sir now?

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:00
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    Its been one year I had hernia operation… Luckily my doctor has experience of 4000 hernia operation and he made is so easy and even I remember melody Hindi song was running in operation theatre

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:28
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      Did you had Inguinal hernia? Open surgery with mesh? it has been 2 years how are you feeling now, still in pain? Hope you are well.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:28
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      Hi suhas. Can you please let me know the address . Surgeon name and hospital?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:36
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      Suhas V hey brother, please provide me address of that place

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:49
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      @FiLmY FiXaTiOn india

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:51
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      Kingmaker Brand from where ??

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:01
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    Is it indirect or direct hernia? If indirect hernia, you have to incise spermatic cord? I m really confused!!!

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:01
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    Almost a month ago now I got my right inguinal hernia surgery but Im still not comfortable and Im worried if it will develop again.
    Otherwise I give thanks to those two gentleman who operated on me. It was really troubling me..
    And that mesh is in ma body till I die or what?

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:01
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    Im going in for this in about a month. yikes

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:15
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      Im in day 3 of recovery. Very sore but glad its done. Hardest part is getting up and sitting. Day 1 was the worse. If you live alone I would recommend having a relative or friend help you the first 2 days.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:23
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      @Jay Gee Ill update after my surgery fri. Im nervous too.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:37
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      @Frank Williams Thanks. you too. My surgery is May 15th. Im terrified.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:57
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      @Jay Gee sending prayers for a fast recovery bro. Im going in may 3

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:15
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      i was off six weeks the first time. this time the hernia is about the size of a softball. and I can feel the weakening bilaterally and all the way down to the perinum. im in for a world of hurt. Ill be lucky if I dont get fired for taking time offfor this surgery. I was told the first time that since I didnt have anyone to go home to, there was no need to be healthy and I should stay and get work done no matter my level of pain, because 12 tylenol in a day was perfectly healthy… right?

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:02
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    I got this done but with the davinci xi robot. Im in my 4th day of recovery and its been painful but not too bad. Glad I got it done!

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:02
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    I solute my surgeon Dr. syed fahad Ali and iron Lady surgeon Dr. Labiba. I cannot forget you in my prayers.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:21
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      Are they in Kenya?.If yes,send me their phone number please

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:36
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      Kindly,give me their phone no pls.I have been having Inguinal Hernia for the last 13 Years.I want it be operated as soon as possible.Thanks.

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:02
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    Amazing. Had mine done 3 days ago. Wanted to see the business end. Very grateful and I am eating like a horse, sleeping well, walking around the house and pain is ccomfortably managed with over the counter meds.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:20
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      Colm Mac Diarmada it’s been 4 years since I stopped squatting. Around the 6 week mark I just wanted to get back to the gym because I felt like a slug by doing nothing for that long

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:35
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      @A Vanch its most likely nothing you have down wrong even though you are young. Some people are just prone to hernias. A weakness in that area your born with. It can run in families. I was 36 first time so not that old and 46 this time. I since learned that both my grandfathers walked around with them for years for fear of surgery. Madness. Your right to ease back into things gradually. Your body will tell you when its time. Youll be doing squats confidently again at some point. I definitely read somewhere about an athlete feeling stronger than ever after having it done. I certainly felt that after my first and am expecting to feel the same after this one. Good luck with your recovery and dont listen to medics saying recovery takes six weeks. Give yourself a year of being careful then celebrate with a bit of russian dancing lol.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:55
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      Colm Mac Diarmada it’s more psychological than anything. It’s unnecessary pain that is preventable so I take a safer route so I don’t go through that again. I was 19 the first time around and 21 the second time

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:02
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      Colm Mac Diarmada I read something about massaging the incision site to soften up the scar tissue. One thing to worry about with that is you could dislodge the mesh if you’re not careful.

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:24
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      @A Vanch Yoga is great for stretching out scar tissue in my experience. Good for the head too if you get the right type of yoga teacher.

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:03
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    I had to have this done almost a month ago. So gross watching what they do. But also fascinating.

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:03
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    the patient should stay awake or sleep,while the operation is on going?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:05
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      For me the pain was 20/10 and I am not a pussy kind of guy. The pain was mostly from getting up are peeing, would hurt to stand up. The pain was very extreme for 2 days but I had a large scale hernia that was in my balls and operantly they had to cut a nerve. I’m severely numb where the hernia lump used to be I can pinch the area are stab it feel nothing and the doctors say I’m fully healed now I guess the feeling will come and go he says

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:15
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      @Tom Noctor plz consult doctor first. Operation date depends on ur age and how bad is the hernia.
      Go to doctor and tell ur concern, it will clear all the things.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:29
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      Hi didn’t know where else to ask as google is a bit rubbish when it comes to questions but I’ve got a lot of lumps in a line along my abdomen what can cause this (apart from the hernia it’s self ) and should I go back to Dr
      Thanks

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:44
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      @Tom Noctor you can probably go back to work after 7 days but dony exert yourself. You can also ask the doctor about that when you can work. Read some youtube comments on other videos and they started going back to work after 3 days. My uncle also went back to work after 4 days office work just sitting and writing infrony of pc.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:46
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      Thanks everyone I think it’ll be hard because I’m used to working out side for college and going to the gym daily I’m just worried on the pain lol I’ll have a look at that video thanks

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:03
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    I had 3 yrs old son who had this hernia and the dr. Told me he had to go an operation and i am so scared because hes only a baby to through operation 😥 any advice for those who are concern ?

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:23
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      @Vikas Vij Good advice, man 👍👍👍

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:47
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      @Amine Mohammed Rabiul Kamal you should eat ayurvedic medicines daily and stop eating junk food . Do light exercise. Wear supporter. Walk or jog. Reduce your weight or make muscles strong. You will feel better

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:13
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      Bro,i feel you,
      When i was just less than 1 yrs old..i kept crying because of hernia pain my father and mother bring me to the hostpital and doc.said that i have hernia then he said to my father that he needs to be atleast 1yrs old to be operated .then i have been already operated things went good..but now iam 15 yrs old my hernia sometimes pain in a week and month i dont know why and im scared

    • 25.04.2020 at 18:39
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      Its better you get it done early without mesh so that in future he remain happy and safe

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:04
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    thanks a lot for this useful video!! 😄

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:04
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    I’m getting mine tomorrow at kaiser permanente .. good thing this video was available, I was really curious..

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:15
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      What do you recommend I’ve been working out constantly for a while now do you know what exercises I can do after the surgery that won’t affect the pain

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:42
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      Great, they made a small cut under my belly button and somehow went down to the same location as this patient.
      It was over before I knew it. First week on my own I had to carefully roll over and pee in a bucket; you will be in bed for the first week. After ten days I began to drive manual but it does ache. My right testicle was super swollen but good thing they gave me hydrocodone aka “Vicodin”. I prefer edible marijuana, the opioid in the Vicodin worries me. Although I did finish my prescription.

      I’m almost three weeks after surgery and i feel fine, I can walk and run around with my nephew but not for long, I do get tired. Plus area of surgery does ache. The point is not to lift heavy, I learn because my girlfriend is super careful with me lifting heavy. I’m stubborn..I do recommend taking it super easy for the first 4-6 weeks.. I haven’t done any workouts or anything just everyday movement.

      Full recovery will take time but I’m carefully planning my personal physical therapy .
      I hope this helps.

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:58
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      How did it go? Any long term side effects?

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:05
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    Science is very important

    • 25.04.2020 at 17:22
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      azizi muhibu

  • 25.04.2020 at 17:05
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    great job doctor im glad we have you in this world

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