Unlucky

  • I’m on KY/TN border. I did ask Dr. Brown about this part of his procedure. It was at the end of his day so he did not comment much. He said it would be ok. I am sure he had a long day. But I was hoping someone whom had similar procedure could comment. It appears sports hernias and inguinal hernias share some repair techniques…which looks like t…[Read more]

  • I am not and expert or PHD. That said, please understand any stupid questions. I trust in tissue repairs. I have been dealing with this injury since 2018. I have spoke with Dr. Brown by phone. I tried to edit my post as I did see that some methods put the cord just under the external oblique. (Shouldice and other repairs.) I live in the south…[Read more]

  • Unlucky posted a new activity comment 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    You can tell I am not a surgeon….I could be incorrect, maybe the sperm cord is placed just under the External Oblique or some thicker layer. Still not sure. Please comment. I wanted to revise my original post, but could not figure out how.

  • So, I am still investigating a Sports Hernia and soon will be seeking a fix. But I am confused on the different techniques of Tissue repairs and/or mesh repair. It appears that the spermatic cord is not placed back in the same spot, instead some methods leave it outside of the muscle or the deeper tissue. As this seems “shallow” (subcutaneous…[Read more]

    • You can tell I am not a surgeon….I could be incorrect, maybe the sperm cord is placed just under the External Oblique or some thicker layer. Still not sure. Please comment. I wanted to revise my original post, but could not figure out how.

  • DrTowfigh
    Thanks for helping. I was curious about asking specialists and surgeons across the country if the could help me. Now I know one! This could be a valuable service.

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