I was wondering and hoping that Faith and Pinto may be able to update on progress and how they are getting on.
I’ve been re-reading Dr Kang methods which seem to be different repairs for direct and indirect hernia. Which means, I think, less good tissue is cut so very minimally invasive. That has to be good I’d have thought.
I thought I’d check in and just saw your message. Everything is still going well here. I do get a mild discomfort very occasionally if I do something that pulls or puts strain on the area, but its not real pain and it passes. I think this is just probably because its relatively recent and that side of my body is weaker generally – I am working on getting it stronger. I teach exercise and am doing everything including reformer Pilates so my life is back to normal which is great.
Dr Kang did explain to me that his method does avoid cutting unnecessary tissue. He described it very clearly using a picture of the area. This reassured me that this was the best surgery for me as I wanted the least invasive possible.
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