If you have no visible bulge, and an examination doesn’t reveal a palpable hernia or some other problem, then you might inquire about MRI (ideally, dynamic MRI) as it is superior to ultrasound and CT in detecting hidden/occult hernias. Even if it isn’t a recurrence, MRI may be useful in helping to diagnose the problem if an examination yields no good info.
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