I would like to ask surgeons directly.
I have two inguinal meshes, after the second mesh implant, systemic symptoms began to appear (brain fog, fatigue, chronic pain, dizziness).
apparently i am having foreign body reactions.
I know that I must remove the entire mesh in order to improve, but I don’t want to remove the entire mesh if I have to…[Read more]
for people who removed the inguinal mesh, did anyone have hernia recurrence after removing the mesh? operated? managed to operate without mesh? what to do?
brunog started the topic removal of inguinal mesh by robotics and neurectomy in the forum Hernia Discussion 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Did someone perform inguinal mesh removal by robotics and had nerve damage in this type of surgery?
please would only like opinions from those who removed it by robotics and not by open surgery.
brunog started the topic Surgical wire material in mesh removal – autoimmune problem in the forum Hernia Discussion 3 months ago
In a mesh removal, by foreign body reaction, with systemic symptoms (suspected Asian syndrome).
What is the material of the surgical thread that should be used to sew peritoneum and other parts? is it possible to have a reaction to the thread or is it too small and would not cause a reaction?
I will do a mesh removal, by Robotics and everyone knows that there may be nerve damage and possible neurectomy.
I would like to know reports of people who have had a neurectomy, if there are positive cases, of people who can live comes after a neurectomy, because here I only see reports of horror stories when the subject is…[Read more]
Scott my friend.
I am 28 years old, I am young, so being without erection at that age for me there is no life, so I worry a lot about this problem.
@drtowfigh thank you very much for your attention.
in my case I feel other symptoms, not only the brain fog, I feel body pain, fatigue, spasms, burning and numbness.
I will perform the surgery in Brazil by robotics.
I am confident but very scared, I believe it can improve.
would you have any advice that i can inform my surgeon?
I live in Brazil, did two surgeries for inguinal hernia and put on johnson polypropylene mesh.
the first surgery in 2014 (left side) the second in 2017 (right side), we have 2 polypropylene screens on both sides of the inguinal region.
in 2018 the symptoms started, chronic pain, fatigue, brain fog (worst symptom), burning, numbness,…[Read more]
Has anyone here improved autoimmune symptoms after removing the screen?
Please would like opinions from only those who had autoimmune / systemic problems
can you give me the contacts of these people? I need to talk to be able to better understand and hear from them how it impacted their sexual functions
he already performed the withdrawal is a great name for the country in surgery, it will be due to robotics, I am determined to withdraw because I see no exits, nothing has improved the symptoms, my great fear is an erection problem, chronic pain would be another bad thing, but is there chronic pain after a possible neurectomy?
hi jerome, thanks for the explanation, my case I tried everything, nothing works, it is affecting my life considerably, my meshes were put on video, do you know someone who had erection problem with a possible neurectomy? or pain problem? the medical logic is that they are sensitive nerves and would not cause pain if they were removed, the main…[Read more]
Thanks for the reply friend.
In fact, I have stitches on both sides of the inguinal region, right and left, so, with the fear of losing both testicles, I was wondering if this would be a real risk or just a very small probability, and if it did. someone known as testicular ischemia.
I would also like to know if that happened would there be…[Read more]
correcting, I found a surgeon in Brazil …
I write from Brazil, I had a surgery, here in Brazil, of a sports hernia on the left side, in 2014.
I had a right inguinal hernia surgery in 2016.
In both surgeries I used polypropylene mesh.
In 2018 I began to experience autoimmune symptoms, pain, paraesthesias, cognitive problems.
after 1 year of searching various specialists, ruling out…[Read more]