Need advice and Dr recomindation
It has been a long time since I have been on the forum. Long story, wrong surgery done in 2011 inguinal instead of incision hernia surgery done. Femoral hernia on the same side happened six weeks later but wrong and no diagnosis by 7 different quote experts for two years, no imaging done. Second surgery to fix a inguinal hernia on opposite side with removal of original mesh on the other side and the surgeon found the Femoral hernia. Now fast forward to today,
Recently I was having pain, tightness and weakness on the same side as the original hernia and femoral hernia. Ultrasound with valsalva (no findings) MRI without valsalva done with the following results both read and reports written by residents. The imaging report on both imaging studies do not mention mesh, surgical clips or the missing inferior epigastric vessel on right side.
1. Findings consistent with partial tearing of the aponeurotic plate inferior
2. Mild primary degenerative changes of the pubic symphysis.
I have the images and report.
What does the diagnosis mean and who is the best surgeon to see in the US based in Wisconsin.
What to do now?
I am getting very tried of battling this for 7 plus years!
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