I have had pain in my groin for a year and a half. I had an open inguinal hernia repair in January 2014 and 2 weeks ago had a laparoscopic
procedure for a rectus abdominis tear considered a sports hernia. I am still experiencing the same pain I did before both surgeries. The pain consists of a pulling feeling in the crease of my leg, tightness in my thigh, and sometimes burning in the labia area. I can hardly do anything without needing to sit on an icepack. Prior to being diagnosed with these hernias, I had chronic constipation and I felt alot of pelvic discomfort right before my cycle started, this promoted my gynecologist to run tests and eventually do a laparoscopy. He said I had adhesions on my fallopian tubes and removed them. After that first laparoscopic procedure I felt the pulling feeling in the crease of my leg, but it didn’t debilitate me, the doctor just told me to give it time. Eight months later I woke with severe pain in my groin and began seeing a list of doctors. So now that I have had the second hernia repair and am feeling no relief, is it possible there are other hernias, or just maybe a nerve is entrapped? Dr. Alan Schuricht did the recent surgery and he is believed to be one of the best in the Pennsylvania area. I am losing hope. I really want to be able to relieve this pain and discomfort.
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