I recently had an inguinal hernia repair done. I had a pinching / wriggling / burning sensation periodically in my perineal floor / groin region. This uncomfortable sensation was occurring before & after the surgery. I don’t have a clue what’s causing it. It feels like something is either trapped in my groin, or, a nerve is being irritated and is picking up movement sensations from the peristalsis action in my intestines. Its a horrific sensation.
Could a hernia elsewhere be possibly causing this ‘referred pain’, or a nerve associated with the original hernia is being irritated? Impossible to know. Feels like a bulging sensation in my groin, although the hernia has been repaired. Perhaps the repair was not done strongly enough.
Has anyone experienced similar?
This topic was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by anything.
I just posted in someone else’s Topic about seeking out a different type of specialist for non-inguinal hernias. Inguinal hernias are high volume run-of-the-mill hernias. If you read up on inguinal hernia repair you won’t find anything about looking for perineal hernias while repairing an inguinal hernia.
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