Matt

  • I had mesh removed by Dr Yunis. Removal surgery and recovery is no cakewalk, but in my experience it was actually easier than the implantation I had almost 6 years ago. There is no other doctor I would rather see for a hernia issue. Good luck!

  • Matt replied to the topic Mesh Removal Question in the forum Hernia Discussion 4 weeks ago

    For the record, I recently had robotic inguinal mesh removal by Dr Yunis which I consider a complete success. I had lived years with chronic groin pain and other unexplained urologic and bowel symptoms. About half a dozen doctors couldn’t (or wouldn’t) attribute my worsening health to my hernia mesh. Arguably, many things can contribute to abd…[Read more]

  • For the record, I recently had robotic inguinal mesh removal which I consider a complete success. I had lived years with chronic groin pain and other unexplained urologic and bowel symptoms. About half a dozen doctors couldn’t (or wouldn’t) attribute my worsening health to my hernia mesh. Arguably, many things can contribute to abdominal…[Read more]

  • Matt replied to the topic Mesh Removal Question in the forum Hernia Discussion 1 month ago

    After 5 years with mesh, I had my laparoscopically placed mesh robotically removed 2 months ago. I haven’t felt better in years. Surgery and recovery were far from fun but we’ll worth it in my case. I have been lucky enough to not have any hernia recurrence so far. If you think your shoudice repair has you covered, and provided you can find s qua…[Read more]

  • Thank you for your reply. I experience constant discomfort and am most comfortable in lying or standing positions. Sitting, bending down, stairs, all cause increased discomfort. I am an active person, but heavy exercise, especially bike riding, will give me sleepless nights because the area will just ache and burn. I still bike ride with my family…[Read more]

  • Matt became a registered member 2 years, 8 months ago

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